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Friday
Aug252017

New Administrative Duties for Seven African Americans in Higher Education

Vanessa Marie Perry was named president of the George Washington University Alumni Association. She is the CEO of Health Resource Solutions, a consulting firm specializing in solutions to public health problems in underserved communities. Dr. Perry is the first African American to lead the Alumni Association.

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Friday
Aug252017

Meet the New GW Alumni Association President

Venessa Marie Perry, the first African American president of the George Washington Alumni Association, began her tenure at the annual GWAA meeting on June 8, taking over from Jeremy Gosbee, B.A. ’98, M.B.A. ‘02.

Dr. Perry, M.P.H. ’99, is the CEO of Health Resource Solutions (HRS), a healthcare consulting firm specializing in developing solutions to public health issues in underserved communities. She founded the first MPH alumni association at the Milken Institute School of Public Health and was actively engaged as a founding member of GW’s Black Alumni Philanthropic Society.

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Friday
Aug252017

Washington Business Journal: Women on the Move

Venessa Perry is the new George Washington University Alumni Association president.

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Friday
Aug252017

10 Reasons The Smartest Employees Are Underperforming

While the source of motivation at work is different for everyone, there may be some key reasons smart employees are underperforming. Whether it's time management or an overwhelming amount of tasks, recognizing the reason is the first step leaders can take in order to create higher engagement again.

We asked 10 coaches of Forbes Coaches Council why they think the smartest employees may be underperforming and what to do about it. Here's what they said.

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Friday
Aug252017

10 Ways to Overcome The Biggest Downsides Of A Freelance Career

If you're thinking of joining the freelance economy, you're not alone. One source says that by 2020, 50% of America's workforce will be engaged in some sort of freelance work. After all, who wouldn't want to be their own boss, have a flexible schedule, and pursue a line of work in line with their own values?

Despite the draw to freelancing, there are some inherent risks and downsides. We asked 10 coaches of Forbes Coaches Council to explain what these are and how to overcome them. Here's what they said.

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