Ashford Community Reflects on Native American Heritage Month

November 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the first designation of Native American Heritage Month in the United States. The joint resolution signed […]

Taryn Guerrero Davis, American Widow Project

In May 2007, Taryn Guerrero Davis lost her husband, Michael, in the Iraq War. Widowed at 21, while she was still in college, […]

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, MBA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Named one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” by Forbes, Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey is the first woman and African-American President and CEO […]

Melanne Verveer, Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security

Melanne Verveer currently serves as the executive director for the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security at Georgetown University. A dedicated public […]

Finding a Mentor Outside of Your Network

A mentor doesn’t have to be your elder. It doesn’t have to be someone who previously held your job. It doesn’t even have […]

Ramona Pierson, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Declara

Ramona Pierson is the CEO and founder of Declara, a Silicon Valley-based technology company focused on social learning and data analytics for private […]

Alexandra Gleysteen, Journalist

Alexandra “Sandy” Gleysteen is an Emmy Award-winning television journalist and television executive. After graduating from Yale University with a B.A. in Literature, Gleysteen […]

Disability Employment Awareness Month

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA.) While there have been significant strides in ensuring that the […]

Why Business Students Need to Embrace Global Diversity

As technology continues to shrink the world, modern businesses are no longer separated by distance. Those operating on a global scale, however, must […]

Ashford Alum Talks Hispanic Heritage Month, Embracing Diversity

For Ashford University alum Ivan Gutierrez, diversity is something that people can see, but not always accept. In a recent conversation about Hispanic […]

Constitution Day 2015

On September 17, 1787, the last of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution. Thanks to the dedication of a woman […]

Diversity Is More Than a Buzzword

Having emerged as a central theme for society, business, and higher education, the word ‘diversity’ might invoke a picture of men and women […]