Wendy Shalit-- (born 1975) is an American conservative writer and author who has written the books A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue, published by Free Press in 1999 and Girls Gone Mild: Young Rebels Reclaim Self-Respect and Find It's Not Bad to Be Good, published by Random House in 2007 and The Good Girl Revolution: Young Rebels with Self-Esteem and High Standards, published by Random House in 2008.
Ruth Shalit--(born 1971) is a freelance writer and former journalist, dismissed from The New Republic for plagiarism and inaccuracy.
Is modesty a lost virtue? Can it be regained? Wendy Shalit, a young Jewish writer, created a considerable stir in the media with the publication of her book, A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue.
The All Day Gel Seat. This gel seat cushion relieves point-of-contact pressure and helps reduce lower back pain inherent in long periods of sitting in a car or office chair. For those who commute or drive for work.
Here is the Digital Sisterhood Leadership Project badge. It was created by Dariela Cruz.
Ananda Leeke's Day #3 of the #Blogalicious12 Weekend Conference started with a power walk with her PR Coach @Xina Eiland. After the walk, Ananda spent time in the P Connect Suite chatting with the PR and Marketing team about Digital Sisterhood Month opportunities. Her favorite session was on Pinterest and Google+. It was facilitated by Stacy @stacyofksw and @Christie Crowder. She also loved @Harriette Cole's talk.
Read Ananda's blog about her participation as a panelist for the Social Media Panel at Spelman College's Women of Color Leadership Conference on May 17, 2012. Journalist Roland Martin moderated the panel. SocialPeople.TV founder James Andrews and Black Enterprise's Director of Social Media Patricia Cesaire served as panelists.