Tag Archives: LGBT


The Power of Just Being Ourselves

January 22, 2019

Sometimes to make a difference, being ourselves can do good. I recently went through a long period of dealing with impostor syndrome. You know, that feeling of ‘charade’ that makes you question your successes and achievements. Well, this state of mind quickly took hold during a diversity and inclusion training as part of the Fellowship … Continue reading

Women, Ethnic, & Queer: A Dialogue

December 18, 2015

This is an excerpt from a real-life dialogue between Tania Hossain and Tania Cheng – two ethnic and queer women working in the nonprofit sector who also happen to share the same name. TH: Hey Tania! TC: Oh, hey there Tania! TH: So…I’ve been meaning to speak to you about this recurring issue, and it … Continue reading