March has traditionally been the time when I write about “Women’s History” – our struggle for the vote and women’s suffrage, or our lack of representation in government or lacking a seat at the table of our private sector companies. It makes sense to do this, given it’s Women’s History Month.
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I was honored to give the opening remarks for the Jewish Cultural Festival this morning. With all that is going on in the world today – I didn’t think I could do the standard “Welcome to Cary” remarks. Here’s what I said.
When was the last time you looked at a paper map to get somewhere? A long time ago, I know. I remember ordering the AAA TripTiks not so long ago – plotting the route we would take while on the road to a vacation. Ok, so now I feel old.
Last night I had the opportunity to see a thought provoking documentary by Zach Galifianakis called, “Democracy for Sale.” Yeah, I know, you don’t think of Zach of The Hangover Movie fame as being the that kind of guy, but I have to say I was impressed.
Ok, time to get back to my technology roots. Y’all know that I’ve got this insatiable curiosity for technology solutions. It’s in my Twitter profile, so it has to be true!
Folks that know me, know that I’m pretty passionate about “Affordable Housing.” Is it because I’m some screaming, leaning liberal? Naaa. Ok, maybe. But really, it’s because I know the impact that having a safe place to live can have on an individual, a family and a community.
Since I’ve been on Council and for a number of years before that, the Cary Town Council and Town Staff have taken a few days every year to pause and plan for the upcoming year.
#justagirlinasnowplow. That’s what I was tagging my adventure with the Snow Patrol last weekend.
Originally, I called this post – “Why Paid Parental Leave in Cary?” I know, I know, that made more sense. But as I thought more about it, I really think, for me, it boils down to this…“It’s the right thing to do.” But, let me explain. First, there’s this.
I joined more than 20 people at the United Way “CEO Sleep Out” on the lawn of the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) in Downtown Durham. The goal is to better understand homelessness and poverty and its impact in our region.