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 She was born a slave, but was so shielded and lived so comfortably, that she wrote “I was born a slave; but I never knew till six years of happy childhood had passed away.” Her mother died when Harriet was only 6, and she was sent to live with her mother’s mistress, who taught her to read, write, and sew. 408 more words

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Interview with Elizabeth Ryan!

Written by: Laurel Green

HerNetwork recently interviewed Elizabeth Ryan, a fellow student here at Boston University. She is a senior in Questrom studying Business Administration and concentrating in Organizational Behavior. 841 more words


Beauty is...strength and confidence

She holds four degrees, including a Doctorate in Engineering and a Masters in Business.

 She has designed rovers for Mars exploration and robots destined to help study climate change in Antarctica.   890 more words


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Daniela Delgado is fighting her own battle. She was born with Von Willebrand Disease, a rare bleeding condition that she will have to deal with her whole life. 123 more words


30 Years of Female Entrepreneurship: From Anomalies To Assets Image credit: Dame Stephanie Shirley | Official Wesbite

Over the last several decades, successful female leaders have transitioned from cultural outliers to pioneers of a wildly successful entrepreneurial force. As women increasingly lead U.S. 985 more words

Female Entrepreneurs

Shout out to Nancy Qian, Marketing Designer at Chegg

Written by: Kylie Wilson

To finish off our “Women of Chegg” mini-series, we interviewed Nancy Qian, marketing designer at Chegg. We interviewed her to learn about where she started her career, some of the personal struggles she’s encountered, and what tips and tricks she has for other women in business. 601 more words


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Madame CJ Walker was the first free born child in her family. She was orphaned by the age of 7, but provided for herself by doing laundry with her sister. 22 more words

Female Leaders