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Redfine the Status Quo: Networking and Entrepreneurs

Rather than spend hours alone, researching and going through the same mental processes of coming up with a business or social venture, what would it be like if you went through a new process. 486 more words


Celebrating Black History

Honoring Contemporary Black Women


Dorothy I. Height 

Dorothy Irene Height (March 24, 1912 – April 20, 2010) an American administrator and educator, was a civil rights and women’s rights activist specifically focused on the issues of African-American women, including unemployment, illiteracy, and voter awareness. 897 more words

Black History Month

New Book Helps Parents And Educators Raise Confident, Powerful Female Leaders

I’m a big advocate for helping women in business to be bold, strong and confident. I think as the gender that was born with a big “Caretaker” sign on our foreheads, we spend a lot of time putting ourselves last in order to make others feel cared for. 621 more words


Why female CEOs are staying quiet on activist investors

Do activist investors really see women CEOs as easier targets?

That’s the question that media pundits and experts alike are abuzz with as six prominent female CEOs fend off bids from aggressive activist investors. 699 more words


We Need a Leader, Damnit!

There are a lot of things the blogs I follow are talking about. However, there’s one issue that always pops up, and that’s women in media, specifically women in sports media. 528 more words

Pay Attention!

“Keep in mind that you cannot control your own future. Your destiny is not in your hands; it is in the hands of the irrational consumer and society. 68 more words

Women In Corporate America

3 things women leaders say about 'having it all'

Last Thursday, Jennifer Szalai of The New York Times explored the origins of the phrase “having it all.” She traced much of it back to a 1982 book by Helen Gurley Brown titled… 376 more words