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In 2008, just when it seemed that Americans might elect our first female president (feeling a bit of déjà vu?), Elle
magazine asked me to write
about women running for office. The implication was that with Hillary Clinton aiming for the top job, women would follow her example and clamber up political ladders all across the country.
(Fastcompany.com / Article by Gloria Feldt)
Our efforts to nurture women into leadership, stand up for equality, and have a voice as women ourselves are critical to the gender-balanced needs of our society. We know that women who embrace power with confidence are key to bringing leadership parity to every field. Some of ouContinue Reading →
Sheryl Sandberg, Beyonce, Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton and Malala Youafzai have all been on the cover of TIME Magazine. Barbie made her own breakthrough as a cover girl this week, looking more like women many of us know—or perhaps see in the mirror. At 57, Barbie is no longer Continue Reading →
It’s time to not only bridge but fill the gender gap in the world of small business. Male self-starters earn 300 times more in their businesses than women do in their own businesses, according to a new report out last week from the non-profit Corporation for Enterprise DevelopmenContinue Reading →