Wally Funk has broken the record for the oldest human in space and, more importantly, realized her dream through hard work, perseverance and continued professional growth.
Dwyane Wade holds many titles. He is a three time NBA Champion. He was selected for the NBA All-Star team 13 times in his 16 year career. He authoreda book, A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball. He is an entrepreneur and now even a game show host of The Cube, but his favorite title is father.
Osaka is a self-proclaimed introvert and has struggled with anxiety and depression, especially when faced with public speaking and media interviews. Her simple statement on social media was honest, transparent and brave.
Linda Zhang’s accomplishments in the male-dominated car engineering industry are GYNOMITE!
Amy Poehler has been making us laugh since her 2001 debut on Saturday Night Live. There her countless characters made us laugh, made us think, and made us wish we had Amy as a real-life friend. We love the silliness of hyperactive Kaitlyn, the earnest self-confidence of Amy’s Hillary Clinton, and the searing wit of Amy’s Weekend Update anchor.
It’s been 40 years since icon Debbie Allen starred in Fame, but she is still pushing the limits on her spectacular career. Allen has received three Emmys for outstanding choreography, two Tonys for her performances in West Side Story and Sweet Charity, and a Golden Globe for her performance in Fame.
Here we go again… As much of California is now under a stay-at-home order through the holidays, we all need some entertainment to keep us occupied and distracted over the next few weeks/months. Normally, we would probably have a full social calendar of events and activities, but for now we have to be content with home base. So cozy up and make your way through our list of things to watch, read and listen to while you are at home.
Kim Ng made history this month when she was named General Manager for Major League Baseball’s Miami Marlins: a first for a female and for an Asian American. This isn’t the first First in her storied career.Kim’s career began as a 29 year-old intern for the Chicago White Sox. There she became Assistant Director of Operations. In 1995 she became the youngest person to present a salary arbitration case in Major League Baseball.