Author Archive: Cara Murphy
Cara Murphy is Editor here at Under30CEO and Under30Experiences. She is also Associate Marketing Manager at the Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance and Editor at Conscious Magazine. She is blessed to be an Under30Experiences alum (Nicaragua 2013 and 2014, woot woot!) and can't wait to continue exploring new continents, indulging all of her senses, meeting incredible people, and enriching her perspective on life, love, and success. She can't live without hugs, coffee, fitness, crosswords, travel, baking, and multitasking. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @cmurphs12 for inspirational quotes, musings, and sunrise photos.
The problem with being young and successful is that right now you’re, well, young and successful. However, that’s a situation which eventually takes care of itself. At some point most intelligent people come to that realization, and they start thinking about saving for retirement. The problem is that they start thinking about it a little […]
I have a full time job working at an extremely unique nonprofit that serves as a donor advocate and sell side analyst to promote a Practical Cure for type 1 diabetes. And I have a part-time job curating and editing content for a super awesome (I’m not biased or anything) entrepreneur website. And I edit/contribute […]
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller It never ceases to amaze me how much I learn when I travel. I have been lucky enough to go on a few international trips, and each time I return home I feel like a new part of me […]
By the time I was a senior in college, I was living on the typical college schedule and doing work until 2-3am and then waking up at 10 or 11am (because needless to say by the time I had the flexibility to choose my own classes and fulfilled all of my major requirements I didn’t […]
What do you get when you bring 20 entrepreneurs and ambitious young people to picturesque beaches and small villages in Nicaragua? A once in a lifetime experience bursting with microfinance education, dynamic conversations, critical analysis of economic obstacles and opportunities, and of course, surfing. The trip was designed to expose young professionals to the world […]
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending an NYC Femfessionals meeting. Femfessionals is an organization that connects ambitious women to leverage their existing networks and create new ones in order to advance their city, business, and personal growth. As their website states, “A Femfessional is a savvy business woman characterized as positive, open-minded, […]