Sharon D. Virts, founder and CEO of FCiFederal, is betting the corporate culture she’s building will vault her firm to the top of American business.
The deck is stacked against minority female entrepreneurs in one of America’s fastest-growing industries. But an array of initiatives offers hope.
Producer Ebonie Smith is trying to raise the visibility of female song writers, beat producers and hit makers.
Adam Moore, director of diversity for SAG-AFTRA, says moviegoers and TV watchers want a glimpse into unfamiliar worlds.
Madeline Di Nonno of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media talks about pervasive stereotyping — and how to fix it.
The broadcast may have run long, but the 87th Academy Awards included some empowering and all-around-awesome moments from Hollywood’s female elite.
Look closely at the lead characters in this year’s Best Picture nominated films. From snipers to physicists, they’re all men.
The #AskHerMore campaign urges reporters to ask female celebrities more interesting questions on the red carpet. We came up with a few helpful suggestions.
Filmmaker, author and professor Alexis Krasilovsky says financing is the biggest issue facing female directors and producers.
Citizen Jane Film Festival co-founder Paula Elias is helping women get seats at the proverbial table in the movie-making business.
Prominent researcher Martha Lauzen talks about the lack of opportunities for women in film — and explains why change is so slow.
TamTam, an LA-based singer/songwriter who was born and raised in Saudi Arabia, has found a creative way of using her voice for equality.
Up-and-coming venture capitalist Sarah Kunst is doing her part to revolutionize the tech and investing industries, despite colleagues with outdated views.
Women in TV or film are a lot like their counterparts in Silicon Valley: No one wants to take a chance on them.
Shaherose Charania, the entrepreneurial force behind Women 2.0 and Founder Labs, was hooked on the Internet ever since she first logged on in high school.