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Marcus will receive the honor at the EWN's Annual Grand Networking Event, from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Norwalk Inn & Conference Center, 99 East Ave. The keynote speaker will be Debra Condren, Ph.D., author of Ambition is Not a Dirty Word, A Woman's Guide to Earning Her Worth and Achieving Her Dreams.

Kinsman, Leslie."Hit or Miss." The University Daily Kansan., 18 Feb. 2010. Newpaper

There’s a better way to meet dudes than at the local pub. “A woman doesn’t trust a man’s intentions when she is approached in a bar. She assumes that he’s liquored-up and is not himself, at best, or being disingenuous with an ulterior motive, at worst,” says Debra Condren, author of “Ambition is Not A Dirty Word.”

Condren, Debra. "Sparkling Speaking" Metro New York 21 Sept. 2009

Condren, Debra. "What the Font?" Metro Philidelphia 31 Aug. 2009

Bedard, Paul. "Mark Sanford's Wife Urged to Write Tell-All Book." U.S. News and World Report 14 Aug. 2009

Debra Condren, author of Ambition Is Not a Dirty Word, says, "Women are encircling Jenny Sanford with a protective wall of fierce, outspoken, adamant collective compassion, clearly conveying this message to her—and to other women who are suffering: The sisterhood has your back. Finally."

Debra Condren says, author of Ambition Is Not a Dirty Word.

Pofeldt, Elaine. "How to Stay Positive in Tough Times." Crains New York Business 5 Aug. 2009

Manhattan-based business psychologist Debra Condren reports that she spends about 30% more of her time than she used to helping entrepreneurial clients cope.

Zimmerman, Eilene. "Are Three Martinis Three Too Many?" New York Times 1 Aug. 2009

“If you are at a high-profile event and all the executives are having a drink, you may feel you need one to be part of the club,” Dr. Debra Condren notes. “That being said, you can still drink very little of it or have one drink and then switch to water.”

Debra Condren says, author of Ambition Is Not a Dirty Word.


Goudreau, Jenna. "Will You Keep Your Job?" 20 July 2009

Business psychologist and author of Ambition Is Not A Dirty Word, Debra Condren, Ph.D., says that every woman who seeks the credit she deserves feels she'll be seen as "selfish, greedy or the b-word."

Condren, Debra. "Short Change?: It's a Recession, But Tipping is Critical for Those Whose Incomes Depend on Gratuities." Winston-Salem Journal 17 July 2009. Associated Press.

Business psychologist Debra Condren says that 15 percent is the minimum for just being served -- even unsatisfactorily -- at a restaurant. For good service, she says, 20 percent is fair.

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Scott, Megan K. "Ideas for teaching kids meaning of July Fourth." 24 June 2009

Make it an annual ritual for kids spend a few minutes thinking about and then discussing the contributions they want to make to their country - and to the world, said Debra Condren, a psychologist and mom.

"Help them come up with age-appropriate ideas for short-term, intermediate and long-term ways they can give back to and carry on the cause championed by those courageous leaders who originally fought for our independence," she said.

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