Tuesday, March 26 2013
Seeking a role model who "has it all”? Check out Chicago’s Susan Gallagher, managing director and COO of True Partners Consulting, who shares her practical "day-at-a-time" strategy for nurturing both her career and her four children.
Written by Susan Gallagher Tuesday, August 14 2012
As the “Can women have it all?” debate continues, Susan Gallagher, COO of True Partners Consulting, offers her perspective on the advantages her four children have gained from being raised in a household with two working parents. It’s not perfect – ask Susan about her son’s first day of school – but she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Written by Corinne Garcia Wednesday, February 01 2012Before Uli and Michael Belenky started their family, they noticed that the apparel offered for little ones was not reflective of the excitement, curiosity, and adventure they expected to experience as new parents. So they created their own line of clothes for babies and toddlers.
Written by Olivia Putnal Wednesday, January 25 2012With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, here are six great online shopping suggestions that will make you look like a big-hearted hero.
Written by Jane S. Goldner Thursday, June 30 2011
When women get stressed, they are not Type A. Women are Type E – everything to everybody. They are trying to satisfy everyone’s needs (boss, coworkers, husband, children, and friends) and become more fragmented instead of singularly focused like their Type A male counterparts.