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#Empowered Person of the Week: Betsy Morgan

Friday, September 25, 2015

Betsy Morgan has held a long successful career in the media business. Ms. Morgan was most recently the CEO of TheBlaze. She was previously CEO at the Huffington Post. Ms. Morgan has also worked as a senior vice president at CBS Interactive and the general manager at CBSNews.com. What does being an empowered woman or […]

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#Empowered Person of the Week: Meet Jessica Dahl

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Jessica Dahl is the Director of Impact Partnerships at Brigade. Previously, Ms. Dahl served as Director of Campaigns at causes.com. Prior to that, she worked on issue campaigns at the Ad Council as Campaign Director. She graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia with a B.A. in journalism, advertising and Spanish. D.C. is very career focused and I […]

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What We’re Reading: Squad Goals

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

New developments with women voters are making waves in the election and an exclusive club at Harvard is finally opening its doors to women. Sit back, sip your coffee and check out this week’s reads. Note: these posts do not equal endorsements. We value diverse viewpoints and lively discussion. Have a great week! Women in […]

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What We’re Reading: Hakuna Matata

Monday, August 31, 2015

It means no worries for the rest of your Monday.  Dive into our reading list for a well needed break. One CEO found a way to keep her employees coming back after maternity leave and women are winning sports in America.  Not a bad way to start the week. Note: these posts do not equal […]

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#Empowered Person of the Week: Meet Diane Tomb

Thursday, August 27, 2015

After playing email tag for about a week to schedule this interview, I was relieved when I was greeted bright and early Monday morning with a wide, pleasant smile. Diane Tomb is one of those women that you meet for the first time and already feel like friends. When I sat down at our little […]

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What We’re Reading: Cheers to a Great Week

Monday, August 24, 2015

The face of women in male-dominated industries is changing. And an old institution may be getting female leadership for the first time. We’ve also got you covered with lifehacks to help you through the week. Note: these posts do not equal endorsements. We value diverse viewpoints and lively discussion. Have a great week! Women in […]

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Where Are The Women?

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Women make up about half of the work force in this country. We’re slightly more than half the population. And we buy half of the movie tickets. Yet we make up just 30% of all speaking roles in film. Yes, you heard me. Women also only make up around 15% of all protagonists in movies, […]

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What We’re Reading: Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Monday, August 17, 2015

Need help dealing with that ultra-competitive colleague? Or maybe you want some news about women breaking career molds. We’ve got you covered with some inspiring news clips and life tricks right here. Note: these posts do not equal endorsements. We value diverse viewpoints and lively discussion. Have a great week! Women in the News Meet […]

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Confidence is Contagious So Go Catch Some

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

One thing is for certain, women on the center-right no longer fit the stereotype the Left tries to paint them with. More conservative women are elected to the House and Senate every election and their presence is making a big impact in how the country views women in leadership. One thing they all exude? Confidence. […]

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What We’re Reading: Man, I feel like a woman

Monday, August 10, 2015

Wipe away your Monday blues with some reads to empower your week.  Whether you need an inspiring pick-me-up story or advice on how to have a killer week at work, we’ve got you covered. Note: these posts do not equal endorsements. We value diverse viewpoints and lively discussion. Have a great week! Women in the […]

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