When Denise Bidot was 18 years old she had one dream — to become an actress. Her first baby step towards that dream was to move from her native Florida to LA. Her first encounter with how the best dreams are sometimes the ones we stumble upon was when her career as an actress took a detour and instead found her becoming a makeup artist. Continue reading From Makeup Artist To Barrier-Breaking Model
While investigating a suicide, a novitiate and priest risk their life and faith when they are confronted by a malevolent force in same form of a demonic nun that first terrorized audiences in “The Conjuring 2.” Continue reading The Nun
“Never in my wildest dreams did I see myself revisiting this seminal work,” said the legendary Puerto Rican actress. Continue reading Loved Rita Moreno in ‘West Side Story?’ You can see her again, in the Spielberg remake
Bill Thomas knew nothing about steel mills. That’s why, as an interning quality control technician, he found himself in his boss’s office asking questions three or four times a day.
“He was a master deflector,” Thomas says. “I swear he never answered a question.”
Continue reading The Right Way to Ask for Help at Work
Adriana Ocampo, PhD, is the Science Program Manager at NASA headquarters. Take a look at NASA’s Q&A with the accomplished engineer.
Continue reading Taking Engineering to a New Level—Q&A with NASA engineer Adriana Ocampo
Landing a job doesn’t mean your days of navigating difficult questions are over. You should be prepared to handle uncomfortable queries, an especially tricky feat when it’s coming from your boss. You may face one or more of these awkward questions at some point in your career. Continue reading How to Talk to Your Boss (When the Questions Get Tricky)
By Callie Malvik
Pursuing a new career can leave you with a lot of questions: Is this the right choice for me? Do I have what it takes to succeed in this position? How can I prepare myself? Continue reading The Vital Nursing Skills You’ll Need to Grow a Healthy Career
Forget pilots. Apparently, if you want your TV shows to star non-white leads, you’re better off making a web series first and getting a network to pick it up later. Continue reading ABC Is Developing Brooklyn-Set Latino Web Series ‘East WillyB’ Into a TV Show
There are now literally hundreds of MBA programs available worldwide. Evaluating an MBA today is roughly the equivalent of talking about a car—one needs more specific details to really understand how one program compares to another. Continue reading One-Year or Two-Year MBA: Is There a Simple Answer?
Heavy rains on Tuesday didn’t stop voters from showing up at the polls and assuring Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of her congressional victory. Continue reading Latina progressive Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be youngest member of Congress