About Serenity Gibbons
Serenity Gibbons is a former assistant editor at the Wall Street Journal and a New York University alumna living in California. She is the local unit lead for NAACP in Northern California with a mission is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. She enjoys writing and interviewing people who are making a difference in the world.
More From Serenity Gibbons
Every business involves tedious but indispensable tasks. Those are the ones it's best to outsource.
A compelling story is far more important that shinier production quality.
The best way to stay competitive is to open up to the power of true diversity.
If you want your next event to be amazing and unforgettable, consider booking these speakers.
What's the difference between a chatbot and a genie in a bottle? The chatbot is easier to use, is more engaging, and provides a better ROI if you use it in these 4 ways.
A franchise is the fast track to business ownership.
You can thrive with a little help from your friends.
Cryptocurrencies, as the name implies, are neither well understood or unregulated.
Getting in the same room with 10, or 10,000, of your best customers is a big challenge that you can manage with a host of specialized apps and services.
No single entity has veto power over the rest of the network in a blockchain, eliminating top-down corruption and manipulation while empowering the community.
Giving gifts is perhaps the most stressful act of love. A good list helps a lot.
Talking about your product will always bore people. Telling them how it solves their problem never will.
Fans tend to view celebrities as untouchable icons. Barrett Wissman guides them off the pedestal into the more approachable role of social media influencer.