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It's interesting the number of UCWBG members who have blogs. Here are just a few. Let us know about your blog. Send the address to We'll put a link in the UCWBG website and possibly the next email.



Phyllis Ezop, of Winning Moves, is a marketing consultant. As a founding member UCWBG Phyllis created the first alumni roundtable.


Ann Logue teaches and writes about finance. She is the author of four books in Wiley's . . . For Dummies series, a lecturer at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a beginning photographer. Ann's blog covers a variety of topics. Check it out: Ann Logue's blog.


Danielle Schultz, of Haven Financial Solutions, is a certified financial planner. She uses her blog to offer free financial advise and resources. The blog has attracted the attention of a publisher recently, and she just signed a contract to write the Idiot’s Guide to Beginning Investing (Danielle surmises that "they found the tone entertaining"). Take a look at her blog postings.


Tracy Cardin is a nurse practitioner who writes a blog for the Society of Hospital Medicine. Check out her blog entry, Spontaneous Generation.


Leora Baumgarten, of NewHire Recruiting Software and Services, is a pro when it comes to hiring and recruiting for small and medium sized businesses. The NewHire blog addresses common recruiting and hiring issues that small and mid-market companies, with up to 1000 employees, experience. Here's the URL:



Robin Simon, of SimonSez Consulting Corp., is a specialist in the consumer product industry. Robin's blog is posted on the website. Here's a sample of one of her postings.


Anne Kohler is a founding partner of The Mpower Group. TMG is a global management consulting firm dedicated to serving the needs of Fortune 500 organizations. Here's a sample of one of Anne's "news-u-can-use" postings.


Not all blogs are about business. Charlotte Digregorio, maintains a blog for both professional and hobby writers who wish to write and get published in a variety of genres. Those UCWBG members who are interested in writing should visit Charlotte's blog.






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