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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

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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

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Benazir Bhutto: A Woman's Place is at the Head of a State

In light of so many feminists insisting that muslim countries are far more misogynistic than western countries like the United States, I would like to point out that the grand ol’ USA has never had a female president. 186 more words

For female execs, seeing is still believing

When Teresa White was Aflac’s chief administrative officer in 2008, her grandmother Annie Bell Lewis came to visit. After stepping into her granddaughter’s office and taking a look around, she handed White a disposable camera from her purse and asked for a favor: She wanted a picture of herself sitting behind her granddaughter’s desk. 434 more words


Gratitude #15

Grateful for a day of learning and insight and encouragement. I love these women and their desire to pour out themselves for the women of their community and state…with authenticity and grace. Beautiful. ‪#‎grateful2014‬ ‪#‎womenleaders‬

Women as artists.

It has always taken exceptional people to master the arts.  Any of the arts.

Women in particular, in whatever time period or culture you find them, have had to swim like salmon against the current to reach the place they are drawn to. 535 more words