Samantha Fredrickson 28 posts
Samantha has worked in communications and nonprofit advocacy for more than a decade. She has spent much of her career advocating for the rights of vulnerable populations. She has degrees from the University of Nevada, Reno and New York Law School.

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Gender Equity In The Office | Advice From Author, Dr. Patti Fletcher


Over the past year, we’ve all seen the marches, social media campaigns, and high profile court cases. Women are making strides in the workforce, in society, and in the world. And maybe, just maybe, things are starting to change. Unfortunately, gender inequity still exists, even in nonprofit sector. Women make about 80 cents for every […]


Have a Law Degree? 6 Social-Impact Jobs for You


Many people pursue law school because of a desire to make a difference. Maybe you’re drawn to the idea of helping people with individual legal problems, or perhaps you want to fight for big policy changes. But once you graduate, you may decide that pursuing a traditional legal path isn’t for you. While it can […]


Make Your Spring Break a Week of Professional Development

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When you think about your upcoming plans for spring break, you may dream about beach vacations or quality time with family. But since traveling to exotic locales isn’t a reality for everyone, why not use the time off to advance your skills and career? Whether you’re a student, teacher, or parent (or you’re just lucky […]


I Got My Grad Degree in the Wrong Field! Now What?


When you’re working toward your undergraduate degree, it’s almost expected that you’ll change your major at least once. Bouncing around a bit, academically speaking, has become almost a right of passage. But what about when you’re in grad school? Is it still okay to make a change, mid-study? What do you do if you’re halfway […]