[the problem]: women are burning out

To invest in our professional longevity, we must invest in our personal sustainability.

The Core Concepts

#FierceFriday: Elaine’s Helpful Hobbies

Elaine was the kind of student who was so academically focused in college that when she landed a 9-to-5 job as a project manager, she looked forward to picking up some hobbies once again. But she felt riddled with guilt about her activities outside of work. Striving for “work-life balance” made it seem like her life was in constant competition… Read more →


Guest Post: How I got Bossed Up

by Laquanda Fields Last March, I found the courage to end a career that made me unhappy. I lost sight of my career goals and the work I did was unfulfilling. Just as I thought I was unsure about what to do next, I stumbled upon Bossed Up Bootcamp. Bossed Up is an organization with the mission to empower women… Read more →


Mar. 11 | Navigating Big Life Choices

  Spring fever. It’s upon us. As the days get longer and the cherry blossoms open, there’s a natural uptick in the energy and excitement for spring and that means more choices; what to do, what to wear, where next? Whether you are lost in a confused fog, or you know you’re on the path but can’t see the exact… Read more →


Feb. 17 | Sip & Shop Private Party with Betsy Fisher & Bossed Up

  This February, love the way you look and feel #likeaboss! To help you craft a career you love, we’re teaming up with the fierce team at Betsy Fisher for an evening of drinks, light fare, and fabulous fashion. Bossed Up is taking over the downtown DC boutique for a private shopping party where you’ll hear from Betsy herself about… Read more →

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Fierce Friday: Ebony’s Next Chapter

    Just about one year ago, Ebony found herself at a standstill. Her fourteen years of service in the United States Air Force had come to close, but she had a strong desire to continue serving her community. She was scouring job boards looking for purposeful, post-military civilian work, but felt overwhelmed and lost trying to figure out her… Read more →