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Cathy McNally‘s new program, UmBusters, is an online group program for people who want to reduce filler words. Go to to learn more and register. Starts the week of April 26.



Pattie Grimm spoke with Kim Meninger on the Impostor Syndrome Files podcast on The Consequences of Being a “Good Girl”. She also appeared on the Empowering Women Podcast, Make Your Own History



Caitlin Donovan will be speaking with The Scottsdale JCC for their author series about her book: The Bouncebackability Factor on May 6.




Kathleen Zemaitis will be speaking at the E27 Spring Meeting on “Modern and Inclusive Workplaces: A Business Imperative” on April 29.




Betty Francisco has joined as CEO at the Boston Impact Initiative, a capital fund focused on closing Greater Boston’s racial wealth gap.



Tracy Burns was interviewed by The Boston Globe for their article For those hired remotely, it’s the little things they miss most




Noreen Braman will be presenting “How Building a Humor Reserve Enhances Your Communications Work, and Your Life” at the NAGC (National Association of Government Communicators) Communications School, on May 27. She will also be teaching “5 Habits that Build Resilience and Enhance Well-Being” in the summer session for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University (registration opens April 22), and will be presenting for the NAADAC Specialty Online Training: Wellness and Recovery in the Addiction Profession, Strategic Disengagement for You and Your Clients on June 30.






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