Author page: Emma Wiggleton

Latino Legends Helped Pave the Way in Hollywood

Latino Legends Helped Pave the Way in Hollywood By Mandalit del Barco Latinos have been a part of Hollywood since the silent movie era. But they continue to be underrepresented in front of and behind the cameras. USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative and UCLA’s latest Hollywood Diversity Report show that Latino actors get just 7% of film leads. In the early days of cinema and…

No-Limit Latinas: A Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

No-Limit Latinas: A Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration By Girl Scouts Blog It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and we’re thrilled to celebrate by highlighting a few of our most incredible Latina Girl Scout alums! These barrier-breaking, change-making, world-changing women are a huge inspiration to us and to every Latina out there who wants to see herself reflected in the faces of accomplished…

Why Emotional & Social Intelligence Matter in Today’s Workforce

Why Emotional & Social Intelligence Matter in Today’s Workforce Trying to figure out how to manage remote and hybrid employees? Understanding emotional and social intelligence can help. By Principal Financial Group Pre-pandemic, your fully in-person workforce went to casual lunches and had formal in-person meetings. As an owner or manager, you had plenty of chances to see how they interacted…

An All-Women Coral Conservation Group is Reviving Coral Reefs

An All-Women Coral Conservation Group is Reviving Coral Reefs The trainees are learning to graft, garden, and restore corals. By Sydney Allen There has been no shortage of alarming articles and videos in recent years about the imminent and inevitable destruction of the world’s coral reefs — one of the key components to a healthy ocean and marine ecosystem. Heartbreaking images of bleached, broken corals have…