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At Ellevate, we believe in the importance of role models. In breaking barriers. In creating a new reality and a new world in which we’re all equal. This is what Mobilize Women is about.
We're honored to recognize Academy Award winning production designer Hannah Beachler as our 2019 International Woman of Change.
Mobilize Women is more than a day, it’s a movement. Our annual celebration of diversity, leadership, and equality is just days away, and it’s not too late to get in on the action.
Ellevate membership is more than mingling and exchanging business cards; the moment members register for one of our events, we go the extra mile to make their time count.
We’ve rebuilt our Member Directory from the ground up to introduce you to women who can answer the career questions that keep you up at night, or just help you see things from a different perspective.
Looking for an expert with the insights you need to achieve your professional goals and get further in your career? You'll find her at Ellevate.
Ellevate’s Annual Mobilize Women 2019 Summit is only two months away, and if you’re still trying to figure out how to convince your boss to help you attend, we’ve got the guide for you.
When I schedule an initial conversation with a candidate, I’m always excited. Many times, though, it’s the questions they ask me during the interview that really show their potential.
On a typical Tuesday morning at Ellevate, the whole team is present. Whether they’re in the office, though, is a different story. But how do you get to that point with your team?
Building inclusive workplaces is everyone's responsibility. At Ellevate, we're working with managers and advocates to make workplaces more inclusive, so businesses can do better.
Sharing your career ups and downs helps you tell an authentic career story -- and make the right connections.
Sallie Krawcheck sits down with Trevor Noah from The Daily Show to discuss the gender wage gap, the gender investment gap and what’s really going on with the lack of diversity and inclusivity at work.