Suzanne (Sue) Bernstock Workville
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How To Make A Successful Career Change

Suzanne Bernstock knows all about how to make a successful career change. Before becoming the President of Workville, a coworking space located in Midtown Manhattan, she worked in the fashion industry making her way to the top as a buyer for Saks Fifth Avenue and Vince. She found herself in fashion, hoping to combine all of her interests, after she’d graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Architectural Studies.
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Iran Ortiz
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Moonlighting Your Dreams

Several years ago Iran Ortiz started a blog, Uptown Girls NYC, to build a community of likeminded women in the Bronx, the neighborhood where she was born and bred, and expose women to new ideas and concepts as it relates to travel and experiencing life from a new perspective.
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Nicole Williams Breakfast With Alice
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Making Life-Changing Decisions

With 10+ years of experience managing the brands of big name companies like Nasty Gal, Nylon Magazine, and Net-A-Porter, Nicole Williams discusses what it’s been like building her own brand and growing her boutique brand marketing agency, Breakfast with Alice, which works exclusively with startups and emerging brands in the fashion and lifestyle industries.
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Nadya Okamoto, Executive Director of Period - TEDxPortland
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What Do You Stand For?

Nadya Okamoto is an amazing woman. Period. At just 16-years-old she founded Camions of Care (now Period), a nonprofit organization that educates people on menstrual hygiene, and distributes feminine hygiene products to homeless women and girls around the globe.
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