Eve Tahmincioglu has been writing about business for nearly two decades and her stories have appeared in a host of publications including the New York Times, Time, Salon.com, and BusinessWeek. She director of communications and social media guru for Families and Work Institute and is an award-winning labor columnist MSNBC.com where she wrote the weekly “Your Career” column. Her specialties include workplace issues, the small business and entrepreneurial world, social networking, retail, autos, women’s issues and leadership, including interviews with some of the biggest names in Corporate America. She was named one of the top ten career tweeters on Twitter by CareerBuilder and CNN; and CareerBuilder named CareerDiva.net one of the 9 Job Blogs You Should Be Reading.
Eve is the author of the book “From the Sandbox to the Corner Office”, which includes interviews with 55 CEOs and leaders from all walks of life talking about the life lessons they learned from parents, mistakes, career twists and even bad bosses. Eve has been writing about career development and labor issues for nearly two decades as a staff writer for a host of publications such as UPI, Women’s Wear Daily and the St. Petersburg Times. Selected portions of Eve’s book can be viewed here.
She’s also a sought-after speaker who has been featured at a host of career events including Pennsylvania Governor’s for Women; Omaha’s ICAN Women’s Leadership Conference; the Massachusetts Conference for Women; and Richmond’s Society for Human Resource Management’s conference. She also been a guest on a host of TV and radio shows including NPR’s Talk of the Nation, MSNBC.com’s The Big Idea; and Eve’s a regular guest on morning radio show Barnaby & Friends out of Grand Rapids, MI.
Here’s her recent appearance on NPR:
And here are a few podcasts from my radio spots:
And here are some recent CareerDiva videos:
If you would like Eve to appear on your show, or would like a speaker for your next event, just email CareerDiva@verizon.net.
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