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Money & Careers

Carol Lamberg: A Woman Who’s Made a Difference

By Deborah Harkins
By Deborah Harkins

“It’s like putting a puzzle together—it’s exciting when you get it done," says Carol Lamberg, executive director of the Settlement Housing Fund, which builds affordable housing in New York City. "The neat thing is that you get to see the buildings. They’re up, they’re clean, there’s no graffiti, they’re safe . . . they’re there for you to see, unlike work in other fields, where you wonder if you’ve really achieved anything.”

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Emotional Health

The Compass Rose: Living Incognito

By Ainslie Jones Uhl
One of the more surprising perks of our relocation from North Carolina to California has been the thrill of complete anonymity. I did not think I would ever see this as a benefit, but now that I have gotten past the loneliness, I luxuriate in obscurity. I can take my morning walk without putting on lip gloss or even combing…
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