“There were more men named Andrew than women at the tech company where I worked,” says Nora Naranjo, a mechatronics engineer in Silicon Valley. Naranjo who worked at several startups before landing her current job at Eatsa, has had a path to success that is helping change the face of
2018 looks to be an interesting and, dare I say, hopeful year for women in the professional realm. We’re finally seeing sustained engagement to end sexual harassment in the workplace, and gender gaps in pay and promotions continue to be an active topic of discussion. When it comes to
Another year, another year longer to wait. Predictions are that it will take until 2028 to achieve the goal of 30 percent of MSCI ACWI Index company board seats filled by women. With the original projection of 2027 to achieve less than a third global representation on company boards
Sorry, Cyndi Lauper, as it turns out, girls want more than just to have fun. And nearly 11,000 girls from across the country said so. In a new study that is a first of its kind, The Girls’ Index developed by the nonprofit Ruling Our eXperiences, Inc., many fifth to 12th grade girls re
Sisters across the globe are doing it for themselves more often and more successfully, new research shows. Yet even though women entrepreneurs in North America have the highest level of innovation, fewer than half of U.S. women entrepreneurs report they have confidence in their capabi
Her biggest hint may have arrived in film school. As a graduate student at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, writer, director and producer Julie Kalceff says, “I found the process to have predominantly male students. Film and TV traditionally are not terribly inclusive
Every May, Mother’s Day reminds us that as women leaders we all at some point are daughters or granddaughters or we ourselves are mothers and grandmothers. And for the best outcomes, we need to incorporate our full selves into our work lives. It is tricky to navigate the needs of work
Walking the talk. Several Leadership Ambassadors of Take The Lead are doing just that and stepping up with participation on “50/50 Day,” organizing events from California to Massachusetts and Missouri to Minnesota and Arizona demonstrating the Take The Lead mission to prep
“How do you think the world would change if there was more gender balance in politics? What about more gender balance in business leadership? Or in homes?” These are proposed questions for 19-99 year-olds participating in the discussion guide materials for “50/50 Day,” the brain
In order for women to achieve gender parity in leadership, the issues of fairness for all employees need attention. The concerns of inclusion and non-discrimination of LGBTQ co-workers are everyone’s concerns. The good news is more U.S. employers are successfully addressing the topic.
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