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A Bridge For Business & STEM: 2015 In Review

A special thank you to my regular followers and visitors of A Bridge for Business & STEM. This blog published 66 new posts, growing the total archive to a list of 202 entries. I also received an internal award from WordPress.com for reaching the 200th post milestone. HOO-RAY!

Baiters, Haters, and Social Climbers, posted in November 2012, continues to garner the most views and comments. There is something special about this post because it has unique staying power.

The second most viewed post was Her-Story: Florence DiStefano Hudson. However, the first day Florence’s extended bio was posted, September 1, 2015, it garnered 227 views – the busiest day of the year! YEAH!

If there is a topic that you would like to see covered, let me know. I welcome comments and feedback.

Take a look at A Bridge for Business & STEM’s 2015 Annual Report that has been prepared by the Wordpress.com stats helper monkeys:



Best wishes to you for a Happy New Year and more great posts, comments, and reading in 2016.


About Vi Brown

Vi is principal and CEO of Prophecy Consulting Group, LLC, an Arizona firm that provides business and engineering services to private and public clients. Prior to establishing her consulting practice in 2001, Vi worked with Motorola, Maricopa County Government, Pacific Gas & Electric, CH2M Hill, and Procter & Gamble. As an adjunct faculty member, Vi teaches undergraduate calculus classes and graduate level environmental courses. She is also a professional speaker.


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