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Life as a woman 3: Norrie

Norrie began life as a male, had surgery to remove his penis and hormone treatment, then tried living life as a woman.

But she found she wasn’t accepted as female by men or women. 240 more words


SPECIAL REPORT: Gender Diversity on Boards 2014

Climb to the Top – Tracking gender diversity on corporate boards

Gender diversity on boards has been the subject of study for some time, and by a wide variety of organizations and methodologies. 92 more words

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It Is NOT OKAY To Call Yourself A Helping Professional and Have Your Head Up Your Ass When It Comes To Diversity

I am angry. Again. I am angry because I have heard numerous stories in the last couple of weeks about people serving in the helping professions (therapists, doctors, health coaches etc…) who have no idea what it means to be queer* or marginalized and are HARMING their clients because of this ignorance. 802 more words

Equal Pay and Women in the Workplace

Talking about pay at interviews is normally frowned upon but the same can’t be said for the issue of equal pay. As graduates become more commercially aware, companies are becoming more socially and ethically aware, taking more notice of environmental as well as social and community issues. 717 more words


Countdown: 36 hours to go!

It’s a beautiful fall day here in Seattle! 36 hours and only $189to go to reach our stretch-strecth goal of $5000 and contribute to a great project about acceptance and anti-bullying for all children—and have a chance to win $50 gift certificate for… 15 more words

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Girl Scouts' board president: 'We are on the precipice of major change'

For Kathy Hopinkah Hannan, the newly appointed board president of Girl Scouts of the USA, positivity comes naturally. Hannan, who is the national managing partner of diversity and corporate social responsibility at KPMG, is not only optimistic about the future of the Girl Scouts, but also the future of corporate America for women. 806 more words


Want more men to talk gender diversity? Bring in the bottom line

In 2011, Dell executive Aongus Hegarty was looking to build out his team. The newly-appointed president of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) asked for the names of the company’s best senior leaders. 493 more words