This week, as part of our 'doing things differently' series, Moms at Work interviewed Nadine Woods, owner of the Toronto-based social enterprise, Mayana Genevière.
Angelica Victoria lives in Vancouver, BC and is the co-founder and co-lead of the Mama Bear Program, an initiative aimed to uplift, empower and celebrate the challenges and capabilities of working mothers at her workplace. Q: In two to three sentences, can you explain what your program offers? The program
We need to start talking about the women in the world who are showing up and doing it differently. We need to make "heros" out of the women who are saying no to working 80 hours a week. Who are getting angry and trying something new. Who are not building
How do you parent effectively when you’re burnt out and exhausted from being mistreated?
For the very small percentage of the global workforce - working from home is another great benefit they can brag about on their Instagram account. But the pandemic proved to us once again that the people keeping us going are not the ones sitting behind computers. They are the caregivers,
By Allison Venditti [www.thisismomsatwork.com] Advocates get asked to do all sorts of things. People see you doing good work and assume that you can take on every mission, every problem, every issue. Women get asked to do all sorts of things. Maybe you have helped someone before, organized
We have talked about all the women who left the workforce but we are not talking about all the caregivers who stayed.