I've been a busy bee with lost of publications lately. Check out the October issue of The People We Are online on Issuu. It is an extensive package that talks about women's rights and privileges and the achievements reached so far. The cover girl this month is PWA Secretary Maria Grazia Panessa and you can read her story on pages 8 and 9. Also, Raccontami tu by Maristella Lippolis is out and available in the bookstores exactly today. You can order and buy it in any bookstore
PWA is wrapping up the 2016-17 season and has offered extremely interesting conferences all year. Thismonth we talked about nutrition and the May issue of The People We Are is dedicated to the same topic. I also had the pleasure to interview Valerie Baxter, PWA President who is stepping down after 17 years of dedication and priceless contributions. You can read her story and check out the entire Newsletter that I have edited as usual. We will celebrate the conclusion of our J
This month we are talking about global inclusion. The tendency in the Western world is towards racist, xenophobic and fascist attitudes and nationalist ideology is ruling over unity and globalization. You can read about Brexit and other related topics in our January issue of The People We Are. Enjoy! #thePeopleWeAre #editorialdesign
She believed that she could so she did.
I came across this simple phrase in cyberspace last week and it hit me like a train - or rather, a spaceship. It reminded me of the fact that we − regardless of gender, race, religion or other factor that might make us seem different or less adequate − can do and achieve anything we want, if only we have faith in ourselves and our skills.
The fact the phrase talks about her is crucial and I believe it was written for a purpose. Often
The April issue of The People We Are is online! It is all about matronage – the marvellous cultural, scientific and heritage women all over the world have created. It is a colorful package with lots of resources, articles and materials. Read it now! The member feature is on Monica Sorcetti, a blogger, pharmaceutical consultant and holiday house manager and, most of all, an avid and regular PWA member. Her curiosity and optimism have driven her to renew and start all over agai
The February issue of The People We Are is online! It is all about sex, love a passion, a colorful package with lots of resources, articles and materials on this important topic. Read it now! PWA members continue down the path of personal growth, after having dared breathe creativity into our work and free time, explored our hopes and dreams and recognized our fears. This month, PWA talks about sex. You will find inspring resources scouted for you by Lisa R Tucci on Passion.
The January issue of The People We Are is online! It is all about starting afresh, a colorful package with lots of resources, articles and materials. Read it now! You will find inspring resources scouted for you by Lisa R Tucci on Rebooting, Rethinking and Renewing pretty much everything; your body, mind and soul – and any time of the year. We have also included the (n)etichette of speed networking, the theme of this month’s PWA event! The member feature is on Marijana P Dona
The last issue of The People We Are 2015 is online! It is all about GIVING with fabulous feature articles, inspiring digital resources, cool interviews and monthly columns on culture (Chrismas in Rome) and social media (crowdfunding). Don't waste another second but start exploring!!! I also encourage you to read the editorial (on page 2) where I draft the 5 Commandments of Giving. I would really like to know if you agree with any of them - please comment below this post. Thi
I am so excited about the latest issue of The People We Are, the monthly online magazine of The Professional Women's Association of Rome. It is packed with colorful, fun and current articles! This month’s theme is Overcoming your fears and Lisa R Tucci presents some interesting digital and tangible resources that can help you overcome yours. There is an inspiring interview that I did with Michelle Poler, a 27-year-old Venezuelan college student who has founded an internationa