Working moms struggle to find work-life balance, sure. But five moms share how having kids has also led to greater job satisfaction and better jobs. Continue reading Female executives discuss how motherhood has helped them on the job
I love super heroes! For some they are fictitious and sheer entertainment; for others, like me, they are mystical, magickal and a distinct representation of all that is possible. They represent the part of ourselves that are dormant, begging to be nurtured, developed and turned loose so we might step into alignment with our greatest potential. Continue reading Deborah Peters: Being My Own Wonder Woman
Trattativa Meeting & Event Solutions International is a full-service meeting and event planning company specializing in: site selections, contract negotiations, contract fulfillment, reservation oversight, logistics organization; on site conference management inclusive of audio-visual, food & beverage, IT and production; post event reconciliation and wrap up. Trattativa is a certified female-minority owned business with a global reach. With more than 10 years in business, Trattativa believes in strategically negotiating our customer’s vision. Trattativa is an Italian word which means to Negotiate. Continue reading What Makes Janeen Zook a Wonder Woman in Her Industry
Although women make up more than half of the U.S. population and 48% of the workforce, gender bias, wage gaps, and underrepresentation in leadership persist.
Continue reading Meet The Woman Working To Make Podcasting More Diverse
Major League Baseball is starting a diversity fellowship program and will place about 20 selected candidates with teams and three with the sport’s central office. Continue reading MLB starts diversity fellowships for women, people of color
Lourdes Lopez was already a serious dance student at the prestigious School of American Ballet before she realized she could pursue a career in the art form she loved. It was while preparing a school report on what she wanted to be when she grew up that she found an article on famed New York City Ballet dancer Jacques d’Amboise. Continue reading Ballerina in Charge, Lourdes Lopez
Women working in the wind industry are on the rise.
Wind power is the number one source of renewable energy generating capacity in the country, and has made substantial gains over the last 5 years. In 2016 alone, the industry added more than 20,000 new jobs and now employs 102,000 Americans in all 50 states.
Continue reading 7 of the Fastest Growing Jobs for Women in Wind
Company scores 100 percent for the 12th Year on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 15th Annual Scorecard Continue reading Walgreens Earns Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality Recognition in 2017 Corporate Equality Index
Springfield, Mass.—Middle-income Latinos in the workforce say they feel less financially secure and worry more about money than other Americans, posing higher hurdles to planning for retirement and building wealth, according to new research commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading MassMutual study finds Latinos feel less secure and worry more about money than other Americans
When Sherri Winslow’s Husband Tragically Died in a Plane Crash in 2012, Her Local Support Team at Minuteman Press International Made Sure She Was Not Alone in Running Her Business
Continue reading Minuteman Press Franchise Owner Sherri Winslow Celebrates 15 Years in Business in Palm Desert, California