Stacey Engle, VP for Marketing at Fierce and I shared our respective programs helping people have those difficult workplace conversations. Issue 66 — September 17, 2018 Women like to do things together. Nowhere is this more evident than in philanthropy where women’s giving circles and
Time’s Up has reached donations of $20 million for legal defense funds for women pursuing cases of sexual harassment. These monetary gifts come from about 20,000 donors across the country, according to Glamour, demonstrating that small donations – here an average of $1,000—can make a
The first responsibility of leadership is the creation of meaning.” —Warren Bennis. Word of the week is TRANSFORM. As in the women who transformed Rwanda. As in women transforming lives and communities through philanthropy. As is in a transformational confrontation with one’s power de
Give a little bit. Give a lot. Women are recently doing more of both. More women are giving away more money in philanthropy than in years past. Amen. This is very good news for organizations, charities, startups and initiatives benefiting women and those centered on critical issues
Melinda Gates is on it. And that is a good thing. As the philanthropic billionaire and co-founder of The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Gates can also add to her influence and investments the efforts of many other entreprenuers, organizations, business leaders, schools and foundat
In Take The Lead’s April Virtual Happy Hour, Nancy Lublin, CEO of Crisis Text Line and creator of Dress For Success, shares how philanthropy is changing the world and offers solid office for women entrepreneurs. The author of several books, Lublin has won awards for her contributions
Philanthropy is what makes the greatest missions in the world possible. But what makes for a great nonprofit? And how do female leaders in nonprofits change the world? Writing in Linked In, Jacki Zehner, chief engagement officer and board chair of Women Moving Millions, says that 10.7
TAKE THE LEAD prepares, develops, inspires and propels women to take their fair and equal share of leadership positions across all sectors by 2025. It’s today’s women’s movement — a unique catalyst for women to embrace power and reach leadership parity.