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Kathryn Bibler's Archive

Powerful Women Talk about How to Build (and Find) Your Identity

How does it feel to be the first? Second Lieutenant Simone Askew, who made history in 2017 as the first black woman to be appointed first captain of West Point’s Corps of Cadets, is tired of that question. Read more »

Blog   |   June 07, 2018

9 Things We Learned about Leadership at NCCWSL

At the 2018 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, nearly 800 students from around the world gathered to build community and sharpen their leadership skills. Here are some of our favorite moments that had us clapping, snapping, and thinking hard about the future. Read more »

Blog   |   June 05, 2018
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The Women Who Defy Expectations, and Other Lessons from the Women of Distinction

Not everyone can say they knew in college exactly what their dream job was. Danielle Feinberg knew as soon as she saw the “magic” of Pixar’s animated short films. Read more »

Blog   |   June 05, 2017

When Breaking the Rules Is the Best Policy

Kelly Tsai has a lifetime of experience with feeling out of place. Growing up the Asian American daughter of immigrants in the Midwest, she told a ballroom full of college women, “There was not a place for me where I made sense. … Make some noise if you can relate.”

The room erupted. Read more »

Blog   |   June 03, 2016