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Kala Hardy: living both sides of health care

Being a nurse means Kala Hardy is trained to help others, which she felt born to do. But her passion and profession do not always ease her own medical situation, or that of her family. | Q&A Q: How did you become interested to work in health care? A: I have been interested in healthcare ever since I was a little girl. I always wanted to be a doctor, specifically a pediatrician or obstetrician. When I was 16 years old I obtained a health apprenticeship as a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) to get some experience and my foot in...

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Video: Public Health

Being a nurse means Kala Hardy is trained to help others, which she felt born to do. But her passion and profession do not always ease her own medical situation, or that of her family.

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Photo Essay: LGBT Summit

The 2nd Annual LGBT Business Diversity Summit featured keynote speaker Christopher Courtemanche, LGBT Community Outreach Program Manager for the Central Intelligence Agency.

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CIA diversity program discussed at LGBT summit

The ManpowerGroup hosted the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce’s 2nd Annual LGBT Business Diversity Summit at its global headquarters in Milwaukee on January 20. The discussions focused on steps to grow an inclusive business community in Milwaukee. During the event, attendees had the chance to participate in business breakout sessions, and hear about the importance of diversity in the workplace. “We were able to bring together more than 150 business owners and corporate professionals from around the state to give them the tools and resources they need to be even more successful,” said Jason Rae, executive director, Wisconsin LGBT...

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