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With the increase in the number of conferences and opportunities, the influx of cookie-cutter speaker lineups is undeniable. There are, however, practical ways to change the trend.
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In honor of International Day of the Girl Child (Oct 11) & Ada Lovelace Day (Oct 8,) I’m dedicating this #TBT post to the inspiring panelists who discussed Innovating the Future at this year's summit
At the 2019 Mobilize Women Summit we learned from business leaders, activists, change-makers, and more. But the highlight was the International Woman of Change Award recipient, Hannah Beachler.
We discuss the truth behind how cultural changes need to happen at all levels, and how we can create an environment where managers are supported in their quest to foster a more inclusive workplace.
On June 19, Ellevate Network, the global organization for professional women, held its third annual summit Mobilize Women 2019 in New York City.
White men hold 68 percent of C-suite positions, compared with 19 percent for white women and 9 percent for men of color, according to the Women in the Workplace 2018 report by LeanIn.Org.
It’s not often that we are inspired to create change because change isn’t easy. Many important issues were explored in the recent Mobilize Women, Ellevate Network Summit.
As we continue counting down for Mobilize Women Summit 2019, Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to the Obama Foundation and Attn:, joins us this week for a conversation with our very own Sallie Krawcheck
Our very own, Sallie Krawcheck, Chair of Ellevate Network, joins us this week as we kick off our countdown to Mobilize Women 2019.
I had the honor of attending the Ellevate Mobilize Women’s Summit in NYC. Imagine a room filled with 600 women from all walks of life – coming together to be inspired, to motivate each other ...
Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest (and chair of the Ellevate Network), ended the day with her closing keynote speech, and here's what she had to say.
Looks at a pivotal panel discussion with activists, and how it impacted me as a professional, a black woman and advocate for our community. “Go for what you deserve, not just for what you can win”.
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