Highlights from Nadira's signature coverage of Generation Y, from illuminating explorations of the far reaches of work/life—including education, diversity, the Great Recession, and success itself—through a uniquely Gen Y lens to the quirky, questioning Fortune cover story that began it all.

 
 
 
  Fortune :  Trayvon Martin and Gen Y's Race Problem

Fortune: Trayvon Martin and Gen Y's Race Problem

  Techonomy :  Why Millennials Won't Be Corporate Serfs

Techonomy: Why Millennials Won't Be Corporate Serfs

 
 
  Just Hug Those Helicopter Parents

Just Hug Those Helicopter Parents

  Fortune :  Making True Connections in a Facebook World

Fortune: Making True Connections in a Facebook World

  Fortune :  Managing Mom and Dad

Fortune: Managing Mom and Dad

  Fortune :  A Management Strategy that Works for Young Employees

Fortune: A Management Strategy that Works for Young Employees

  Fortune :  Job-hopping Yers Aren't Disloyal. They're Smart.

Fortune: Job-hopping Yers Aren't Disloyal. They're Smart.

  'Being Human' (And Happy)

'Being Human' (And Happy)

 
  CNBC :  What Winning Means to Generation Y

CNBC: What Winning Means to Generation Y

 Assorted media outlets, from  Gawker  to  The New York Times , on Nadira and her Gen Y work.

Assorted media outlets, from Gawker to The New York Times, on Nadira and her Gen Y work.

 Highlights from Nadira's      Fortune.com  print and video blog,   The Gig .

Highlights from Nadira's Fortune.com print and video blog, The Gig.

 

Photos: 'Managing Mom and Dad'—~BostonBill~; 'A Management Strategy'—Courtesy of Fahrenheit 212; 'Yers Aren't Disloyal'—Alex Proimos.