More and more girls everyday seek mentors and guidance as the exhilarating array of choices are lain out in front of them in today’s fast-paced cosmopolitan world. Women now understand not just the importance, but the real possibility of having a it all – a booming career, a happy family, loving relationships, and a solid sense of self. This is motivation behind MsCareerGirl.com, a community of women for women, who shares with each other valuable information to help every aspiring power woman climb her way to the top with style, grace, and a smile on her face.
Ms. Career Girl aims to help ambitious young professional women find passion in their profession, or a profession out of their passions. Started in 2008 with 35,000+ monthly readers, Ms. Career Girl has grown into a group of inspiring and motivational female professionals that write about everything from the intricacies of the job search to travel, relationships, personal finance, and fashion. Whether you are a bright-eyed fresh graduate, a striving mompreneur, or currently climbing the corporate ladder – Ms. Career Girl is a resource for you.
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About Our Editor Linda Allen
Linda has been a lifelong serial entrepreneur and considers herself a “Jill of all Trades,” having operated multiple businesses and held positions with both a major consumer electronics company and a New York financial services firm. But her passion is helping other women (and men!) navigate their personal and career paths.
Meet Our Top Columnists
Jason Allen – Director of Technology
Jason’s focus is anything technology, including the website plus finding new technologies to write about, try out, or share. He also writes articles about technology for the Ms Career Girl audience