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The Thin Line Between Cupcake and Bitch

Taking Action, Driving Change, Getting Results

$18.95


By Joni Wickham
 Teresa Bruns Sosinski

Author Joni Wickham shares her experience navigating gender biases while working in politics, business and government. She also offers guidance to women of all backgrounds and professions to widen the thin line between “cupcake” and “bitch” and achieve results in the process. This guidance can empower women – and insightful men – to recognize and overcome gender biases.

The Thin Line Between Cupcake and Bitch reaches out to empower women and insightful men to recognize and overcome gender biases. It’s for the recent graduate from college or the school of experience. It is a book for anyone who is working toward leadership or is already there. The book offers practical advice and steps to take action, drive the change that is desired and obtain results.




The Thin Line Between Cupcake and Bitch
Taking Action, Driving Change, Getting Results
By Joni Wickham

Teresa Bruns Sosinski

$18.95
AUTHOR INFORMATION:

As the daughter of a teen mother and raised in the conservative rural south, Joni Wickham was the first in her family to receive an education and overcome the barriers of socioeconomic hardship and others’ low expectations of her. A native of North Carolina, Joni came to Kansas City after leading initiatives within state and federal government as well as advocacy organizations. She began working on former Kansas City Mayor Sly James’ staff and soon became the office’s Chief of Staff. She has proven herself to be an accomplished political strategist and negotiator, communications expert and organizational leader. She was motivated to create a first-of-its kind women’s empowerment initiative which has been implemented in several major cities. Joni received a BA in Political Studies from Meredith College and a master’s in political science from University of Missouri. She was the recipient of the 2019 Mel Carnahan Public Service Award from the University of Missouri Truman School of Public Affairs. Joni lives in Kansas City with her two-legged and four-legged family.

Teresa Bruns Sosinski has written countless articles for non-profit publications and is the editor of several books. Teresa received a BA in English at Creighton University and is proud that her two children are as much a stickler for grammar as she is. She and her husband Dave live in New Mexico but call Kansas City home.

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5.5" x 8.5"
224
English
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
July 2020
978-1-7323447-8-5

$18.95 US $21.95 CA
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