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This week, we talked about inclusivity and diversity within Girl Scouts, their active involvement in legislative decisions and the new programs Girl Scouts is offering including fields of STEM.
On this episode, Amber talks about the importance of shared responsibility in families, as well as what could be done to involve more girls and women in the field of tech.
On this episode, Mike talks about the diversity at XO Group and how it impacts growth and leads to more success, women as Board of Directors members, and the impact his wife had on him.
In this episode, Chelsea talks about the stigma surrounding menstruation, lack of access to proper menstrual hygiene products among certain populations, and The Pink Tax.
In this episode, we talk with Sarah about how her business grew so drastically over the past few years, their “bento box” that tripled company revenue overnight.
In this episode, RM Harrison traces her path to becoming a Pivot Strategy Consultant and explores how entrepreneurs can stay in touch with the inner motivations.
Follow along with our conversation with Laura as she talks about her path to making a difference and what goes into creating an impenetrable, positive work culture.
In this episode, Kate talks about what it took to go from an idea to a thriving company that provides side hustle opportunities to thousands of women.
In this episode, Lorraine talks about how we must champion women and girls in tech, as this is where the fate of our future lies.
In this episode, we sit down with Dee to discuss the importance of giving women real-world learning experiences.
As Public Advocate for the City of New York and the first woman of color to hold citywide office in NYC, Letitia James is all about breaking down barriers.
Eva Moskowitz, Founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools, has been passionate about education from the time she was young.