Working Women

She Made History By Becoming The 1st Black Female President Of The Harvard Law Review

She Made History By Becoming The 1st Black Female President Of The Harvard Law Review

Representation matters. Always. Especially when there are still many barriers for women and minorities to break even in 2017. Which is why they appointment of ImeIme A. Umana as Harvard […]

March 21, 2017 ×
The Rise Of Female Ride-Sharing Services Is A Wake Up Call About Women’s Safety In Public Spaces

The Rise Of Female Ride-Sharing Services Is A Wake Up Call About Women’s Safety In Public Spaces

Many of us are familiar with the most well-known ride-sharing service: Uber. It has become an industry leader in disrupting the traditional taxi model and landscape. But along with its […]

March 14, 2017 ×
Hidden Figures No More: These Women Have Been Chose To Lead Important NASA Missions

Hidden Figures No More: These Women Have Been Chose To Lead Important NASA Missions

If you haven’t seen the film ‘Hidden Figures’, starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae as three pioneer black female scientists and computer programmers who worked at NASA […]

February 21, 2017 ×
UK Startup Aims To Recruit 1000 Women In Tech By 2020, Placing Focus On Skills Development

UK Startup Aims To Recruit 1000 Women In Tech By 2020, Placing Focus On Skills Development

We’ve talked a lot about the need to improve the visibility and presence of women in the technology industry here in the US. As major tech giants such as Google, […]

February 17, 2017 ×
History Made: Military Welcomes First Female Infantry Marines, Furthering Gender Integration

History Made: Military Welcomes First Female Infantry Marines, Furthering Gender Integration

In January 2016, then-Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the military would be required to open up all combat roles to all men and women, where women were previously prevented from […]

February 16, 2017 ×
Corporate Firms Joining Forces, Pledging To Work Toward Gender Equality In Their Companies By 2030

Corporate Firms Joining Forces, Pledging To Work Toward Gender Equality In Their Companies By 2030

As much as we’d love to believe Beyonce when she sings “Who run the world? Girls!” the truth is the exact opposite, especially when it comes to the corporate sector. […]

February 8, 2017 ×
Four Traditionally Male-Dominated Industries Where Women Are Making Progress

Four Traditionally Male-Dominated Industries Where Women Are Making Progress

Gender discrimination has been an issue for many years as the fight for gender equality is still an ongoing process. In the US, the Equal Rights Amendment has never been […]

February 8, 2017 ×
Reaching For The Skies, UK Woman Becomes One Of The World’s Youngest Commercial Captains

Reaching For The Skies, UK Woman Becomes One Of The World’s Youngest Commercial Captains

At age 26, British woman Kate McWilliams is one of the world’s youngest commercial captain, working for UK-based airline Easyjet. She works out of London’s Gatwick airport, flying to roughly […]

January 31, 2017 ×
Yelp For Gender Equality – These Websites Tell You How A Company Treats Its Female Employees

Yelp For Gender Equality – These Websites Tell You How A Company Treats Its Female Employees

We’ve all read *those* articles and blog posts during our daily internet crawl. You know the ones we’re talking about, where women detail the way they’ve been discriminated against in […]

January 24, 2017 ×
Finding Inspiration From The Life And Career Of Software Trailblazer & Navy Admiral Grace Hopper

Finding Inspiration From The Life And Career Of Software Trailblazer & Navy Admiral Grace Hopper

Grace Hopper is an American legend and trailblazer. With the current wave of organizations and individuals engaging young girls to get into various STEM industries, her life and career are […]

January 23, 2017 ×
Judge Susan Kiefel Becomes The First Female Chief Justice Of The Australian High Court

Judge Susan Kiefel Becomes The First Female Chief Justice Of The Australian High Court

Get ready Australia, justice has a new name AND gender! Judge Susan Kiefel was appointed as the first female Chief Justice of the High Court, the highest judicial level in […]

January 13, 2017 ×
How Far Are Women Leaning In? The Number Of Female CEOs Tells Us It’s Not Enough

How Far Are Women Leaning In? The Number Of Female CEOs Tells Us It’s Not Enough

The gender pay gap is a central issue in the modern business world, but is this disparity present even in the most senior positions? Are women at the top being […]

January 12, 2017 ×