Five Ways to Overcome the Loneliness of Leadership

By Melanie Parish, MCC Feb 2020

By Melanie Parish, MCC—Being a leader is lonely work. As an executive coach, I hear it from new leaders often—especially if they are promoted from within.

Multitasking for New Moms

By Maria Sampalis, OD Feb 2020

By Maria Sampalis, OD—It’s hard enough being a new mom and becoming responsible for an entire human being, now you have to juggle that with your career too?

Paving New Paths: An Eye-Opening Shadowing Experience

By Irina Yakubin Jan 2020

By Irina Yakubin—As a fourth-year optometry student at IAUPR School of Optometry, I’m still learning about my profession both clinically and in terms of opportunities.

Energize Your Employees: Focusing on a Wellness Initiative to Prevent Employee Burnout

By Amy Green, CPO Dec 2019

By Amy Green, CPO,—Physician burnout has become a widespread phenomenon in the healthcare field and is considered a hidden healthcare crisis.

Interested in Adding a Specialty? Consider Low Vision Services

By Alexandra Copeland, OD, FAAO Nov 2019

By Alexandra Copeland, OD, FAAO—Low vision services are often overlooked when an optometrist thinks about adding a specialty to her office.

How Women Can Help Close the Gender Pay Gap in Their Respective Fields

By Divya Parekh Oct 2019

By Divya Parekh—Women make up approximately 50 percent of the U.S. population.