From Virginia, United States

Joined 7th January 2008

Full-time as a Analyst at U.S. Government
How many hours I work:
More than 40 hours a week
How much I like my job:
I like it
How stressful I find my job:
Pretty stressful
Best thing about my job:
Flexibility, stability, travel opportunities, advancement opportunities.
Worst thing about my job:
Working with "old time" gov't employees who are not comfortable with workplace technology and not willing to learn to use it.

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6 comments so far...

  • graceoumar@yahoo.com
    I read your profile today and it was so good to me.u know that i am interested to be a friend first.i also believe that coming to you will be a probability of meeting that very love that has been lacking in my entire life. please i will like you to contact me direct to my e-mail address, (graceoumar@yahoo.com) i dont know the posebility of remaing in forum for long time,i will give you a full introduction of my self with my pictures ok. i will be waiting for your mail to my e-mail adsdress(graceoumar@yahoo.com) as you know
    there is no age,race,colour n religion bar when it comes to true love,
    cares Grace.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by on 7th November 2011

  • Hello,

    I graduated from my MBA in May 2008 from NYU, Stern School of Business; and I am the proud mom of 8 month old twin girls. I had to take a break from my corporate full time job since they were born 2 months prematurely and spent a long time in the hospital.

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    As MBA women, we might have questions about how to best balance a top level education and career with motherhood. How do we do it? What do we have to sacrifice in order to do so? Was the MBA the right step in our careers? Was the MBA what helped you afford the best family life?....

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    I checked and registered on your website, it's a great resource for moms!

    Hope to see you there! Best, Diana-

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Diana on 29th September 2009

  • hi there, you said the federal govt is 100% family friendly. Please give me more info. I would love to hear more and see how I can get the ball rolling.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by workingmommy on 19th May 2009

  • Hi,

    Thank you for your response! Great thoughts and practicals. My life has evolved also. I feel like I need to continue to make sure that I am living my best life and not letting life live me. I wish you and your family the best. Keep in touch!

    Lovlee Tang

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Lovlee Helene Tang on 6th May 2009

  • I just now saw your post asking for a link to the Art of non defensive communication. Here you go. Sorry it took me so long. Sometimes I lose track of my posts:).

    Anyway, here's the link. I hope you check this book out...I really love it:).
    She also has one called "Taking Power Struggle out of Parenting" and it is awesome too!

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by mamajama on 7th March 2008

  • Sorry to see you are stressed today! I hope you are doing better and let us know if we can help!

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Victoria on 25th February 2008