Tags » Women Leaders

Women of the Year

As we close out the year, several organizations have already released their 2014 Women of the Year lists. These are compilations of women who have simply influenced the events of the year in one way or another. 154 more words


Time flies when you’re having fun. Or does it?

A snippet caught my attention in the December 16, 2014 issue of Time magazine’s The Culture section. It shows a photograph of one of America’s best known feminists, Gloria Steinem, sitting cross-legged on the floor holding a placard stating “We shall overcome“. 573 more words


Top 10 Most Gracious Celebrity Women according to me

These are women that I see as role models. They are women I’d like to have at my supper table and who I’d love to sit down and chat with. 150 more words


Inconvenient Truths...

Long before Al Gore brought us an Inconvenient Truth, men -and women- were sounding alarms about the human impact on our environs.

Today, there are vocal men that I laud for becoming the faces of climate concern, such as Dr. 175 more words



By Sheila Block

I have been working in the legal profession since 1972, when I began my first job on Bay Street as an articling student. 1,108 more words

Archived Posts

Noteworthy #029: Women Fashion Power Exhibition

What is fashion? While Merriam-Webster defines fashion as a popular way of dressing during a particular time or among a particular group of people, modern fashion has adapted a more depthful significance. 315 more words


Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders

As chief operating officer of Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg is one of a handful of women to reach the upper ranks of corporate executives.

Sandberg’s talk focuses on the conundrum of “Why we have too few women leaders”. 79 more words

Start Run & Grow