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Last year, we launched a new way for Ellevate members to build meaningful relationships with like-minded women: Ellevate Squads. What's changing in 2018?
You can’t be who you can’t see, and exclusive spaces and stories provide a critical opportunity to learn from role models, mentors, and peers that have relevant first-hand experience.
Equality of opportunity and capitalism at work. What's better than that? Nothing. In theory. The only wrinkle is that it doesn’t always work so well. We must employ a better way.
Our community of professional women are here to support you through career transitions, lift you up with you're down, and provide business opportunities and education that will help you succeed.
At Ellevate, we’ve been in full-on planning mode for a while, but it never hurts to stop, take a breath, and think of how far we’ve come.
2019 is the year to focus on inclusion and diversity, which is why we're excited to introduce EllevateHER, a program focused on paying it forward and granting memberships to those who can’t afford it.
Every community stands for something. We believe that all women can be successful at work, however they define success, and that community is key to building one another up.
Women supporting women — that’s what Ellevate’s all about. Who will be in your squad?
We’ve spent the last year developing a new way for Ellevate members to build meaningful relationships with like-minded women. We hear you: no more dead-end coffee dates.
Success often comes down to who you know. We're committed helping you grow your network - and it's about time we made it a bit easier.
We are committed to providing you with the resources you need to succeed in work and in life, so we’re going to be very explicit here and break down exactly how you can ask for and receive the raise.
We're not afraid to call ourselves the F-word: Feminists. This month we heard from all of you how you #TakeBackFeminism and we learned some valuable lessons about fighting for equality in our careers.