Yasi Agah is a San Francisco native who loves to read, write, roller-skate and listen to Blink 182. Her favorite genre is definitely memoirs. Becoming by Michelle Obama makes her tear up every time she reads it.
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Book Review – Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA by Amaryllis Fox

Summary Did you get recruited by the CIA during college? Have you ever fallen in and out of love while traveling the world under a false identity? How about bringing your newborn baby to your undercover missions? Amaryllis Fox has lived a unique life full of adventure, chaos and unforgettable experiences. During her time in …

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A Woman of Intelligence by Karin Tanabe: Book Review

Summary Motherhood is complicated. It becomes even more complicated when you are an undercover spy trying to infiltrate the KGB during the 1950s. Karin Tanabe’s A Woman of Intelligence is the thrilling story of Katharina Edgeworth, a previously career-focused, party-girl who took to the streets of Manhattan who has now taken to the country’s most …

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DEI Strategies You Can Incorporate at Work from Equity

The release of Minal Bopaiah’s succinct and informative guide, Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives is an important push for companies to re-evaluate their DE&I. Bopaiah seamlessly discusses DE&I, or IDEA as she refers to it (inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility) strategies if organizations truly want to integrate equity in their work culture. …

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