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Local, National & International Posts Contributors:
Karen Young is a consultant and coach with a focus on inclusion as an innovative and strategic lever for business results. As a former Inclusion Executive she has led enterprise-wide, multi-year inclusion business strategies and has extensive experience in developing inclusion as a leadership capability. Optimize strengths and maximize potential through inclusion.
Susi Ferrarello, Ph.D., is assistant Professor at California State University, East Bay. She completed her doctoral studies in philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris. She also has an M.A. in human rights and political science from the University of Bologna. She received her accreditation in philosophical counseling in New York under the direction of Dr. Lou Marin.
Currently, she teaches at the California State University, East Bay and Saybrook University. She has taught courses in language, philosophy, and history, and has lectured and presented papers at universities in the U.S., Italy, Japan, Poland, Belgium, France, and the UK. She is currently working with the Catholic University of Portugal on a project in practical philosophy focused on happiness.
Susan Isaak is a staff writer at Fit Small Business focusing on real estate. She is also an active, licensed real estate agent with Houlihan Lawrence in Connecticut, has helped hundreds of people buy, sell and rent their homes, and consistently ranks among the top agents in her area.
Prior to real estate, Susan worked in the photo industry and wrote about family-friendly activities for Mommy Poppins. She never once thought about becoming a real estate agent until she got her license and fell in love with selling houses. Susan received a BFA from the University of Michigan. When she’s not working with her clients or writing about real estate, Susan spends time with her two children and rescue dog, Lola.
Scott Shane was a reporter in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, where he wrote about national security and other topics. He was part of teams that won Pulitzer Prizes in 2017 for coverage of Russia’s hacking and other projections of power abroad and in 2018 for reporting on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Donald Trump campaign and administration.
Other Contributors are: Caroline Corrigan, Sarah Li, Cain Brianne McDonald,Mark Prigg, Katy Reckdahl, Samuel Stebbins, Michael B. Sauter, Ambert Garrett, Gardy Chacha, Carl Zimmer,