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For people constantly on the go or for parents juggling multiple responsibilities, finding a work-life balance can be tricky. A recent survey revealed that almost all Americans (94%) look for food options with a longer shelf life so it’s available for cooking convenience – and at least once a week, frozen foods have bailed out almost four in five (77%) parents during last-minute “what’s for dinner” conversations. TV Chef and Personality Jamie Gwen gives us some great ideas!

With Black History Month in February and Women’s History Month underway in March, the issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace remain at the forefront of the national conversation. Today, more women are breaking through to the top of the leadership ranks. These hard-won achievements are overshadowed by the fact that women remain acutely underrepresented in the middle management tiers, jeopardizing the prospects for a healthy pipeline of future women leaders. Kitty Chaney Reed is the Culture and Inclusion Officer at IBM. She talks with Michelle about what IBM is doing for women.

The movie star, the singer, the sex symbol, the so-called “dumb blonde” – all things that Marilyn Monroe is known as, and yet her story goes far beyond that. How did she build her career in Hollywood? Who was she close to – her family, her friends, her lovers – and who was really there for her? Was a successful young woman’s life cut short by suicide, or is there more to the story? Most importantly, who really was Marilyn Monroe? My Maril: Marilyn Monroe, Ronald Reagan, Hollywood, and Me reveals the intimate details of the star’s life and the environment of Hollywood and the United States at the peak of Marilyn Monroe’s career. Michelle talks with NY Times best selling author ay Margolis.

According to the World Health Organization, the lack of consistent access to clean water is a major problem for two billion people that live in countries experiencing intense water stress. Half of the global population, or 4.2 billion people, lack safely managed sanitation services. In fact, the gap between global water supply and demand is projected to reach 40% by 2030 if current practices continue. Michael Jacobs is the Sustainabiliy and Social Innovation Leader, for IBM Corporate Social Responsibility.
For people constantly on the go or for parents juggling multiple responsibilities, finding a work-life balance can be tricky. A recent survey revealed that almost all Americans (94%) look for food options with a longer shelf life so it’s available for cooking convenience – and at least once a week, frozen foods have bailed out almost four in five (77%) parents during last-minute “what’s for dinner” conversations. TV Chef and Personality Jamie Gwen gives us some great ideas! With Black History Month in February and Women’s History Month underway in March, the issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace remain at the forefront of the national conversation. Today, more women are breaking through to the top of the leadership ranks. These hard-won achievements are overshadowed by the fact that women remain acutely underrepresented in the middle management tiers, jeopardizing the prospects for a healthy pipeline of future women leaders. Kitty Chaney Reed is the Culture and Inclusion Officer at IBM. She talks with Michelle about what IBM is doing for women. The movie star, the singer, the sex symbol, the so-called “dumb blonde” – all things that Marilyn Monroe is known as, and yet her story goes far beyond that. How did she build her career in Hollywood? Who was she close to – her family, her friends, her lovers – and who was really there for her? Was a successful young woman’s life cut short by suicide, or is there more to the story? Most importantly, who really was Marilyn Monroe? My Maril: Marilyn Monroe, Ronald Reagan, Hollywood, and Me reveals the intimate details of the star’s life and the environment of Hollywood and the United States at the peak of Marilyn Monroe’s career. Michelle talks with NY Times best selling author ay Margolis. According to the World Health Organization, the lack of consistent access to clean water is a major problem for two billion people that live in countries experiencing intense water stress. Half of the global population, or 4.2 billion people, lack safely managed sanitation services. In fact, the gap between global water supply and demand is projected to reach 40% by 2030 if current practices continue. Michael Jacobs is the Sustainabiliy and Social Innovation Leader, for IBM Corporate Social Responsibility. read more read less

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