A fresh start is one of the gifts of a brand-new year, especially coming out of unprecedented times. If you’re looking to change up your career, here are some tips to help you revise your current resume and make the kind of impact you really hope for. Continue reading Formulating the Perfect STEM Resume for 2022
By Catherine E. Shoichet, CNN
Deqa Dhalac saw it in their faces when she started campaigning. Continue reading A Maine city that’s 90% White now has a Somali mayor
By Deepa Shivaram, NPR
For the first time, a Black woman will live and work on the International Space Station, starting in April of next year. Continue reading Jessica Watkins will be the first Black woman to live and work on the space station
By Amy Cheng, Washington Post
Lego, the world’s largest toymaker, has pledged to eliminate gender stereotypes from its products — including labeling that marks toys as “for girls” or “for boys” — as part of a bid to match the wishes of its young customers. Continue reading Lego pledges to make toys more gender-neutral and eliminate stereotypes after global survey
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, collectively known as STEM make up the fastest-growing and highest paid fields in the U.S. with diverse job opportunities in careers ranging from aerospace engineers, programmer to operations director, yet Latinas only account for 3% of the industry. Continue reading Hispanic Heritage Month: Two Latinas are working together to create a pipeline of diversity in STEM
Professional Woman’s Magazine recently spoke with Ashley Mehta, chairwoman, CEO and president of Nolij Consulting, a woman-owned, solutions-focused healthcare IT company that specializes in Continue reading We Asked, She Answered: Ashley Mehta, President & CEO, Nolij Consulting
Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg – there are so many male leaders in tech. But what about Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, Susan Wojcicki, Sheryl Sandberg and the decades of further women technologists? Continue reading We Need More Women in Technology. Period.
Get ready to swoon. Berkley, a Penguin Random House imprint, is rereleasing three Stacey Abrams romantic suspense novels that have been out of print for many years. Originally published under the pen name Selena Montgomery, Rules of Engagement, The Art of Desire, and Power of Persuasion will be out in hardcover and audio in 2022. Continue reading Stacey Abrams is Re-Releasing Three of Her Romance Novels
After her mother-in-law had difficulty signing up for a Covid-19 vaccine, a Massachusetts woman created a website to make it easier for her — and she made it easier for everyone.