is an alumna of Tufts University and Hunter College High School. She is a past winner of the Simon & Schuster Fellowship, and has written for trade publications and local newspapers. She is the Creative Director & Queen B of B Direct Marketing Communications and author of the book "The New Marketing Conversation" and a blog about parenting tweens, "Lovin’ the Alien.” She lives in Marblehead, MA.
Most of this country’s history — like most Hollywood movies — has been written by white men. 'Hidden Figures' is a great reminder of the unsung African-American women who contributed to all our accomplishments.
In Hollywood, middle-aged women wanting or — heaven forbid — enjoying sex is presented as comic relief. Is it progress that we’re seeing more of it? Certainly. But, is there a missing part to all of this? Absolutely.