Everyone knows the queen bee does not do any work. She just bosses all the other bees around right? I wish. From the time I was young, my daddy nicked named me the queen bee. As the oldest of 5 girls, and the child of immigrant parents, I often jumped up to take charge and make things happen. Till this day from family parties, vacations, community events, local charities, I am forever adding more worker bees to my hive and keeping us all busy sometimes a little too busy. How big can this hive get? I am a women executive working for a technology company balancing a career and a family. I am passionate about women, leadership and health technology. I am the mother of two grade school children between homework and sports, some days I can’t keep my calendar straight but I try every day to build confidence in my children. I am on the boards for local community work and the leukemia and lymphoma society. I am probably one of most social people I know. I love spending time with the people I love and laughing, it’s my medicine and sanity check. I have decided to begin keeping a diary of how I juggle the role of ” working ” queen bee and all the lessons I have learned along the way but most importantly all the laughs.
September 10, 2015 at 9:40 pm
This is fantastic! I can relate on many levels as I think many women can. Thank you for recognizing strong, hardworking women. I look forward to your posts :))
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September 11, 2015 at 10:53 am
Been there. Interested in following your journey.