America’s Leading Corporate Member Organization Looks to Elevate Visibility And Streamline Policy in Nation’s Capital Continue reading National Minority Supplier Development Council Hosts: Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C.
Attendance on the rise for annual event June 11-13 at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose, CA Continue reading Momentum Builds for the 23rd Annual Women in Technology Summit
Nearly 15 years after her first space launch, NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson has now spent more time off-planet than any other American, at more than 534 days. Whitson, 57, is a biochemist who has twice commanded the International Space Station. Continue reading Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets New NASA Record For Most Days In Space
To Adam Silver, the idea of a woman being hired as head coach in the NBA seems to be an inevitable step on a journey to a time when the gender of coaches is irrelevant. But for every Silver, there’s someone like Mike Francesa, preaching that the day will never come. Continue reading If Adam Silver has his way, a woman will be an NBA head coach ‘sooner rather than later’
The LGBT Asylum Project is non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to providing pro-bono legal representation for LGBT immigrants who are fleeing persecution and seeking asylum in the United States. Continue reading The LGBT Asylum Project
Every submarine in the U.S. fleet was designed with the height, reach and strength of men in mind, from the way valves are placed to how display screens are angled. Continue reading Women in the Military: US Navy Redesigning Its Submarines
Google is using its logo Tuesday to honor the birthday of one of the world’s most important entrepreneurs.
Continue reading Google logo pays tribute to Esther Afua Ocloo, ‘microlending’ pioneer
This rapidly growing segment of the population is gaining ground in business Continue reading Latinas on the Rise
Hampton University is pleased to announce that Katherine G. Johnson, one of the leading inspirations behind the Hollywood feature film Hidden Figures, will serve as the University’s 147th Commencement speaker on May 14, 2017. Commencement will be held at Armstrong Stadium at 10 a.m. Continue reading Katherine Johnson to Deliver 147th HU Commencement Address
In response to President Donald Trump’s proposal to defund the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), Congressman Jerry McNerney (CA-09) led two bipartisan letters to the House Appropriations Committee imploring Congress to fund the MBDA in the FY2018 appropriations, and recommending that MBDA provide an annual policy report to Congress to address gaps in equity between minority and non-minority owned firms. Continue reading Rep. McNerney Leads Bipartisan Effort to Save the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA)