“You Did It To Me:” Serving Pregnant Women as a Christian Woman

You did it to Me: serving pregnant women as a Christian woman By Ellen Witter, GIVEN '22 When I reflect on my experiences as a nurse, Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta’s words come to mind: “The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or leprosy; it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can [...]

“You Did It To Me:” Serving Pregnant Women as a Christian Woman2023-10-09T14:20:49-04:00

Annie Schuler

Location: Lockport, NY Job Title: Senior Manager, Digital Marketing Education: Franciscan University of Steubenville Degree: Bachelor of Science, Biology Annie (Babcock) Schuler, GIVEN '22 Please share a little about yourself - feel free to include a fun fact! I grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and attended Mount de Sales Academy where I participated in theater and dance. [...]

Annie Schuler2023-10-01T22:40:56-04:00

Angelina Heyse

Location: Conshohocken, PA Job Title: Registered Nurse Organization: Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA Education: Bucknell University, Villanova University Degree: BA, Biology and BSN, Nursing Angelina Heyse, GIVEN '22 Please share a little about yourself - feel free to include a fun fact! Hi! I’m Angelina Heyse and I currently live in Conshohocken, PA with my [...]

Angelina Heyse2023-09-22T10:48:36-04:00

Nnemka Nwajiaku

Location: Charlotte, NC Job Title: Clinical Research Coordinator Education: University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy Degree: Bachelor of Science Nnemka Nwajiaku, GIVEN '22 Please share a little about yourself - feel free to include a fun fact! I am a Nigerian American born and raised in South Carolina. I love talking walks, coffee, music, fashion, I’m [...]

Nnemka Nwajiaku2023-08-01T12:01:55-04:00

Caitlin Desmé

Location: Fort Myers, FL Job Title: Learning & Development Manager Organization: Executive Services, Gartner Education: Ave Maria University Degree: Politics Caitlin Desmé, GIVEN '22 Please share a little about yourself - feel free to include a fun fact! My name is Caitlin Desme and I am a born-and-bred Midwesterner transplanted to Southwest Florida. My husband, Grant, and [...]

Caitlin Desmé2023-07-26T14:02:06-04:00

Ellen Holloway

Location: Fremont, CA Job Title: Stay-at-Home Mom and Business Owner Organization: Vines in Full Bloom Education: UC Davis, undergrad | Pontifex University, MSA in progress Degree: Communication | Masters: Theology of the Body and the New Evangelization Ellen Holloway, GIVEN '22 Please share a little about yourself - feel free to include a fun fact! [...]

Ellen Holloway2023-07-10T19:04:13-04:00

6 Expenses to Watch Out for When Changing Careers

Perhaps you’re changing careers for a more lucrative salary – but taking on a new job often comes with unexpected hidden expenses. As a woman in the workforce, you want to get ahead, yet you don’t want to be caught off guard by surprise expenses as you advance in your new job. Consider the following tips when you’re changing careers.

6 Expenses to Watch Out for When Changing Careers2023-09-13T18:19:18-04:00

Veterans: Giving Back to Those Who Gave So Much

Have you ever wondered how to show your support for the veterans in your life? The people that fought for our freedoms often go under-appreciated once their service days are behind them. But, it shouldn’t be that way as these heroes need us now just as much as we needed them then. In today’s GIVEN blog, we touch on a few ways to help those who have served us in the front lines.

Veterans: Giving Back to Those Who Gave So Much2023-05-02T17:11:55-04:00

Embracing Your Single Years: Q&A with Beth Leverich

During our first annual International Women’s Day Panel, you submitted so many excellent questions to our panel that we weren’t able to answer them all. So, we asked professional women from our GIVEN network to respond to them through our Blog! In this post ( 3 of 3) Beth Leverich shares her thoughts on motivation in a period of waiting, prayer, and more!

Embracing Your Single Years: Q&A with Beth Leverich2023-05-02T17:20:09-04:00

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