This week - Eva Longoria speaks out on the gender pay gap that affects Latinas. Latinas make 54¢ for every dollar that white men make. Chief Brand Officer of Uber Bozoma Saint John discusses at the Marie Claire Power Trip why she joined Uber and how she plans to help change the culture in tech. Studies show that millennial men are more likely to support their female coworkers and Hershey Company’s new chief executive Michele Buck aims to turn the company into “innovation snacking powerhouse.” 

Only 400 black women have ever become licensed architects in the U.S. Tiffany Brown wants to change that. Curbed

Corporate Politics and Toxic Environments Are the Real Reasons Women Are 'Leaning Out' Entrepreneur

“Numbers Take Us Only So Far” HBR

Hershey’s CEO Looks to Acquisitions and Innovation to Transform the Company Fortune

Why So Many Sexual Assault Survivors Seem to Come Forward All at Once Allure

How Millennial Men Can Help Break the Glass Ceiling BCG

10 Investors Who Are Authentically Committed To Funding Female Founders, Part 1 Forbes

What Happens When Companies Create a Diverse Workforce? Black Enterprise

Girls Still Coding, Five Years Later Forbes

Women Respond Better Than Men to Competitive Pressure HBR

Women In Tech On How To Open Doors For Future Female Leaders Forbes

Eva Longoria Calls For Action on Latina Equal Pay Day: 'We Are Worth the Whole Dollar' Fortune

Latina Equal Pay Day aims to close Latina pay gap Daily Tar Heel

How One Woman Turned Her Breast Cancer Diagnosis Into A Company Forbes

This Millennial Earned Six Figures From Her Side Hustle, Then Decided To Quit Her Job Forbes

What Employers Can Do To Improve Their Sexual Harassment Policies Forbes