By Maggie Harney
RE:Her, or Regarding Her Food, is a nonprofit based in Los Angeles striving to empower female restaurateurs by facilitating opportunities of connection, access, and professional growth. Its nine founding members started the organization in November 2020, given the detrimental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the food and beverage restaurant industry.
As an organization that prioritizes community engagement and public…+
Kendall Lott, owner and CEO of M Powered Strategies challenges the idea that “five days in the office is proof that employees are ambitious and productive” in his latest article, Hey CEOs: Physical Presence Doesn’t Equal Ambition. Check it out here:
For the past 15 months we have become accustomed to getting up a little later than usual, grabbing a cup of coffee and sitting down at our workstations to attend to the business of the day – often a string of Zoom meetings, punctuated by running down to the laundry room or slapping a sandwich together for a quick lunch. Now (at least in DC) as the masks are coming off, there is a widespread reluctance to get back to the old workplace routine;…+
By Melissa Farzin
During the pandemic, MPS has been extra busy delivering consulting services to nonprofits all over the country. We recently completed a project for a Chicago-based music collective, CHAI Collaborative Ensemble, dedicated to honoring history, advocating for new works, and engaging with communities through performances of vocal and instrumental chamber music.
The pandemic has been challenging for many of us, but can you…+
I started at MPS nearly six months ago, during the pandemic, and have yet to meet my colleagues in person. My current role in IT/Cyber Security in the Federal space has afforded me the opportunity to learn a tremendous amount about Cyber Security, IT Governance, Data, and Information Security.
I am very aware of time. Since no time is lost in commutes, we’ve gained more productive time. We adjourn one meeting and commence another…+