This week – women are making history in politics: Andrea Jenkins is the first trans person elected to a major city’s governing body. Danica Roem is Virginia’s first openly transgender elected official and Jenny Durkan becomes the first female mayor of Seattle since 1926. WeWork Founder Rebekah Neumann opens a kindergarten that teaches children entrepreneurship. LEGO’s “Women of NASA” toy set is the best-selling toy on Amazon and Angela Merkel takes the number 1 spot in Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful women list. 

Women’s Whisper Network Raises Its Voice NY Times

Julianne Moore To Play Gloria Steinem In Upcoming Biopic Harper's Baazar

Research: Men Get Credit for Voicing Ideas, but Not Problems. Women Don’t Get Credit for Either HBR

Angela Merkel Tops Forbes List As Most Powerful Woman in the World Biography

I’m 10. And I Want Girls to Raise Their Hands. NY Times

Lego's 'Women of NASA' sale lifts off, lands as best-selling toy CNN

WeWork Founder Hopes Her New School Will Help 5-Year-Olds Pursue Their Life’s Purpose Fast Company

The Gender Pay Gap Happened to Me. Now What? Lenny Letter

The 12-year-old prodigy whose "first language" is Mozart CBS News

WeWork Is Launching a Grade School for Budding Entrepreneurs Bloomberg

With Michelle Lee at the Helm, Allure Is Blowing Up How Our Culture Defines Beauty AdWeek

Republican Main Street and Progressive Policy Institute: New Workplace Flexibility Bill is a Win-Win for Employers & Working Families Republican Main Street

In New York VC, Two Women Make History As First Female General Partners Forbes

Silicon Valley needs to change how it treats working mothers The Verge

Trans Woman Andrea Jenkins Elected to Minneapolis City Council Advocate

Danica Roem of Virginia to be first openly transgender person elected, seated in a U.S. statehouse Washington Post

Seattle Elects Jenny Durkan As Its First Female Mayor in Nearly a Century Fortune

Famous Women Veterans Every American Should Know NVF

Women, Minorities Were Half of S&P 500 Directors Added in 2017 WSJ