Gender inequality. We often hear it talked about in the workplace, at home, or in television and film – but have you ever thought about how it exists in urban planning? I certainly hadn’t, until I stumbled upon this Guardian article from 2016 titled Can cities be feminist? Inside the rise of female mayors. If you’re a woman, you’re probably all too familiar with … Continue reading Urban Planning and Gender: A look into the urban experiences of women
Like many US cities, Boston has seen a major increase in housing costs during the last decade. And, although this is troubling, it isn’t anything to be surprised by. What puzzled me, however, was how Boston has come to be listed as the 3rd most expensive city for housing in the country. Continue reading Boston’s Housing Blues, an Op-Ed piece
Malcolm Gladwell’s book, Outliers, offers some interesting answers to questions about success that might be as helpful for you as they were for me. Now that I have started by own business, three strategies that I learned from his work have been useful to me as a co-founder of a start-up. Read the article to learn more! Continue reading Success: Is it happenstance or deliberate?