Fake Chrome updates spread malware
Compromised websites are causing big headaches for Chrome users. A campaign running since November 2022 is using hacked sites to push fake web browser updates to potential victims.
Fighting Labor and Sex Trafficking in Northwest Florida
Human trafficking has become a hot topic recently, but it has been going on a long time. Most of us believe it doesn’t exist in our neighborhoods, but we are wrong; human trafficking is pervasive and well hidden in Northwest Florida communities. We think the face of trafficking looks like an Asian woman living in the US illegally and working in a massage parlor offering additional services for additional fees.
University of West Florida Women in Leadership Conference
The University of West Florida’s Ninth Annual Women in Leadership Conference (WILC) has something for every woman, no matter what stage her career. Sherry Hartnett, Founding Chairperson, elaborates, “Young professionals will proactively manage their growth and development to prepare for their desired leadership roles. Seasoned professionals will leverage unique strengths to thrive and succeed in current and future leadership roles.”
A Beautiful Smile is the Best Fashion Accessory Anissa Rodriguez Ottley, DMD
Anissa Ottley, a general/family dentist, and owner of, Avalon Dental, P.L. shares, “The best part of my job is watching my patients grow up and return with their kids! I have many multigenerational families in my practice, and it is just the best.
Gaby’s Taqueria is Pensacola’s newest upscale food truck experience. Gaby’s offers a different aesthetic and California-Mexican inspired food at the location at 104 East Gregory Street. What sets this Mexican restaurant apart from dozens of others in Pensacola? Gabriel “Gabe” Hernandez, one of the owners, readily admits it isn’t the food. “There is no new food. Gaby’s is experience based. The high level of service.
Pensacola’s Queen of Hearts Monica Sanford, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP)
Thirty-one years ago, Monica Sanford’s son was born with a severe congenital heart defect, requiring five heart surgeries before he was 10 years old. The event changed the trajectory of her life forever--from business to healthcare. She went to nursing school to learn how to take care of her son. Sanford Says, “I tell him that his life changed the purpose of my life and that he has saved so many patients through me. My healthcare advocacy stems from wanting every car
The Dog Stop® Provides One-Stop and Care and Resources for Your Pet
When Jodi Gup saw a gap in services for animals in the community, she quite simply found a way to fill it. Well, maybe the journey wasn’t as easy as that. The Dog Stop® located at 1175 Gulf Breeze Parkway opened in June of 2020—in the middle of a pandemic.
Fostering volunteerism and collaboration among women for over three decades.
Since 1956, The Junior League of Pensacola has provided opportunities for women to volunteer, collaborate and train for civic leadership.
Building relationships, growing a business, cultivating a personal life.
When she reflects on her last four years, Sabrina Simpson couldn’t have dreamed a bigger dream, not in terms of dollars and cents, but in terms of experiences.
Negotiation advice for women
Sally Bussell Fox has been making deals since she was six years old when she wrote her first contract in crayon. She and her parents agreed that if she earned certain grades for a specified amount of time, she would receive a vehicle. At age 16, she got the vehicle.