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WISE is part of a larger movement—women impacting the world. Read our blog below to see how women are driving change. 

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Women making history in the 2022 Winter Olympics_

March 2022

March is Women's History Month! Historically, March has been a milestone month for women, including the first major women's suffrage event, Title IX and the Equal Rights Amendement. 

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Women making history in Ukraine_

May 2022

Last month we celebrated Women's History Month. As the war in Europe progresses, we recognize the women making history today, who are influencing what life will look like in Ukraine and around the world. 


WISEup: Making an impact_

January 2022

At the core of every program and organization is a mission: in WISE, ours is to create an environment for women to thrive and provide opportunities for your career to soar.

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Celebrating a WISE year_

December 2021

This year, we've achieved some amazing things. As a part of our mission, we are dedicated to creating opportunities for career growth and providing support and resources for the women in the Infiniux family.

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WISE at WON Leadership Summit_

October 2021

Last month, Steering Committee members LaTavia Bowens, Jessica Esparza and Taylor VanSickle attended the WON Leadership summit in Chicago, IL. 

The power of protecting your peace_

August 2021

Instead of making headlines for yet another gold medal at the Olympics, this year, Simone Biles is making headlines for saying "no."


Happy Pride Month_

June 2021

Pride month honors and celebrates the LGBTQIA+ community. 


Breaking the glass ceiling_

April 2021

Kamala Harris is the first woman and woman of color to serve as Vice President of the United States. 

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Celebrating Black women breaking barriers_

February 2021

President Biden's inauguration was historic for many reasons, including the fact that he was accompanied by the youngest ever inaugural poet.

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WISE at International Day of the Girl_

November 2021

In October, a team of our WISE members located in the North Texas market marched in solidarity with our philanthropic partner, Girls Inc., in celebration of the International Day of the Girl.

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Amanda Gorman: The One_

September 2021

In February, our blog focused on the impressive story and success of the youngest-ever Inaugural poet, Amanda Gorman. 


Nexius named on Comparably's Top 50 CEOs for Women_

July 2021

Over the past year, Nexius employees have had the chance to provide feedback on the culture and environment of working at Nexius.

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One year of WISE_

May 2021

In many ways, 2020 was one of the most challenging years—but it was also a year of immense growth, wins for women and lessons learned.

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March 2021

Back-to-back we celebrate two incredible months—Black History Month and Women's History Month.


Women shaping U.S. politics_

January 2021

If this past year taught us anything, it's that we must get comfortable being uncomfortable, and through discomfort, we experience our greatest growth. 


Black History Month_

February 2022

February is Black History Month. BHM celebrates the rich, diverse culture of Black Americans and the adversity that the Black community has overcome.

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Kamala Harris making history_

December 2020

This year has been challenging and eye-opening, with an abundance of firsts, including Kamala Harris making history as the first female and woman of color as Vice President of the United States. 


October 2020

Throughout her lifetime, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion of equality.

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November 2020

This year marks one hundred years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees women the right to vote.

Honoring the women who fought for our rights_


Women taking a stand_

September 2020

For 26 years, Belarus has been under the rule of President Alexander Lukashenko. 

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