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    • Cool Feeling, Comfortable Fit
    • Secured By Elastic Band Round Back Of Head
    • Super Soft And Smooth 100% Finest Mulberry Silk On Both Sides
    • Block Out The Light And Enjoy A Restful Sleep
    • Dimensions (approx): 9*21cm, Adjustable 40-70cm

Getting treated and educated

During his introduction of lodger speaker Dr. David Brenin, a surgical oncologist at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville and the UVa Specialty Care-Culpeper toilet, Kirk said thanks to the partnership between CRHS and UVa

When did Gen Y become Gen Y-Can't-We-Take-You-Seriously?

When did Gen Y become Gen Y-Can't-We-Take-You-Seriously? 20s or younger, the culture of life we fetishize. We want their skin, their waistline, their hair, their exuberance, their liberation. during which complex brain functions fully mature. He encourages Millennials to evaluate of their 20s as lost odyssey

Chavana Spa to announce the introduction of Elemis spa-therapies

Elemis is a expendable British spa and skincare brand favored by as many as 6.5 million spa-goers each year and close by through a network of over 1,200 spas and salons worldwide. Pompano Careen, Sarasota and Tampa/St. Pete, Florida; Chicago, Crystal

Charlottesville hosts Virginia Women's Employment Summit

The city of Charlottesville hosted the Virginia Women’s Employment Summit on Thursday at CitySpace.

The summit focused on careers in information technology, construction, entrepreneurship and other fields in which women are underrepresented. Other topics included salary negotiation, interview techniques and workplace readiness. 

Jennifer McCune, an independent consultant for Rodan & Fields and CEO of McCune Health & Wellness, LLC, gave a keynote address at the summit.

After graduating from Northwestern University, McCune obtained her Ph.D. in Spanish at the University of Virginia. She pursued a career in academia by working for the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, then as a part-time instructor at UVa and Piedmont Virginia Community College.

After the birth of her second child, McCune worked from home as a Project Coordinator for the Department of Defense, revamping its online culture and language course. 

In 2012, she decided to take on a new challenge: consulting for Rodan & Fields, a global skincare business. The following year she was laid off by the Department of Defense, and Rodan & Fields became her full-time job. She not only started her own business but also formed her own women’s networking group in Charlottesville.