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The world of work is changing. Women have their choice of employers, are financial decision makers, and are speaking up. Meet the companies working to advance women in the workplace.
Zainab Salbi has dedicated her life to women’s rights and freedom, and is one of our time’s most inspiring humanitarians, activists and media personalities.
Gretchen Carlson has had an amazing career in media, and recently made waves by becoming a tireless advocate to stop sexual harassment and bring equality into the workplace.
Mary Mazzio, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, is also an Olympian, a lawyer, and an awesome female role model.
Tammy Tibbets created She’s The First to educate and empower girls all around the world, providing scholarships to girls in low income countries who'll be first gen high school graduates.
Julia Taylor Kennedy shares her journey or how she got into radio, her real-life run in with the imposter syndrome, veterans in the workplace, and more.
Agapi Stassinopoulos inspires people around the world to find the joy in their lives.
Natalia Oberti Noguera is a true believer of “you can’t be what you can’t see.” She founded Pipeline Angels to level the playing field in funding for women and nonbinary femme social entrepreneurs.
Jen Glantz found, by chance, a skill set that she didn’t know was needed in the market and used it to build a business. She's now a professional bridesmaid.
Rose DeStefano is a B Impact Fellow at B Lab, the nonprofit that certifies businesses as B Corporations.
Catharine Plano is an executive coach and a leadership development professional.
Emilie Aries had a career that started with a bang: she was the youngest state director in the nation helping President Obama push for policies like federal health reform.