“In a century from now, in a history text book, I want 2018 to be known for the year that teenagers rocked the nation,” writes “Kyra,” a student on Twitter with 71,000 followers. Particularly in the past few weeks, young women are expressing their power to inf
“Tech can be used in higher ways,” says Donnovan Andrews, CEO of Overture, who recently launched the inaugural “STEM + HD” event, with HD standing for humanitarian development. And women in STEM are part of the solution, as the focus of the full-day conference was on solutions to adva
Jenny Raymond, executive director of the Harnisch Foundation, signs her emails with this salutation: “With a mighty fist bump and hearty laugh.” And she means it, no kidding. As a foundation, Harnisch has the mission to “create a fair, equitable and inclusive world” by supporting “the
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
Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light – Vera Nazarian There’s nothing like a good book to educate, entertain or inspire you. Studies are proving time and time again that reading is beneficial for everything from improvement of memory
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