Profile: Lisa Schomp, Agains All Odds

Profile: Lisa Schomp, Agains All Odds

Lisa Schomp sets records for success in a male-dominated business. Some people are born with the proverbial silver spoon clutched firmly and permanently in their grasp. Others know it is within reach, but how – or indeed if — they attain it is entirely up to...
Upfront: Critical Care Women at the Helm of Hospitals

Upfront: Critical Care Women at the Helm of Hospitals

Women at the helm of hospitals mix caring for people with business savvy and sensibility. Although hospitals through the centuries have followed the creed of healing the sick, the idea of running a health care institution like a business is a relatively new idea. It...
Role Model: Tara Hall

Role Model: Tara Hall

Coach, Mentor, Well-Balanced Woman: Tara Hall models keeping priorities on track. Coaching is at the core of Tara Elizabeth Hall, a balanced young woman who manages a family, a career and commitments to the communities where she is engaged. Teaching kids to swim was...
Family Issues: Collaborative Divorce

Family Issues: Collaborative Divorce

A kinder, gentler way to end a marriage. Robert Wildau in an article, Making Sense of Collaborative Law, which I found on the Internet, said he saw the term collaborative law as a “contradiction in terms.” “Lawyers go to court to find out who’s right and who’s wrong,...
Dollars & Sense: Marrying Again

Dollars & Sense: Marrying Again

Making money and marriage work the second time around. The old Frank Sinatra tune opines, “Love is lovelier the second time around.” That might be true, but merging money and marriage may be anything but lovely for couples going into marriage for the second (or third...