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Candace Alnaji is an award-winning attorney, blogger, writer, speaker, humorist, and mom of
three (including twins). She is founder and author of the popular blog, The Mom at Law, a
platform that supports women through all stages of career and motherhood. She writes on the
topics of law, parenting, career, work, and self-help for numerous sites around the web. She is
president of Diversity Training Workplace Solutions, Inc., a consulting firm that assists
employers with employment-related risks. She and her physician husband juggle life, career, and
parenting together in Buffalo, NY.