We’ll see more innovation when the female perspective is present. That’s good for society and the economy.
Sally Ride Science helps students and teachers in STEM, thanks to the work and inspiration of its famous founder.
Many women say their top business challenge is dealing with self-doubt. Our panel offers tips.
Elizabeth Rees, whose family owns a printing company, finds her own path with Chasing Paper.
As part of our continuing series with the New York Times, we profile homespun designer Jan Erickson of Janska.
For Kristine Jones, winning corporate contracts has been game-changing. In 2008, on a whim, the former preschool teacher started New England Flagger Services in Windham, Conn., providing certified “flaggers” to manage traffic at work sites throughout the state. “I didn’t have a lot of experience,” she said. “I had to fly by the seat of my pants and learn.” The …
Want everything to happen yesterday? Our expert panel provide tips on how to hurry up and wait.
Research firm Pitchbook names the top universities for future VC-seeking women business owners.
If you’re having second thoughts about being an entrepreneur, James Waldinger, CEO of Artivest, says to let passion be your guide.
Serial entrepreneur Jennifer Walsh says don’t let fear stop you from trying.
Our panel of experts provide tips on what to do when business isn’t so great.
Senior Editor Adriana Gardella says there’s a remedy for trepidation.
Business coach Ann Mehl recommends a course of action when it feels impossible to move forward.
Marketing expert Joanna Lord provides a quick tip for stripping fear of its power.
Editor Rod Kurtz reminds us that our ideas are worth attempting, regardless of the outcome.
Kristie Arslan of Women Impacting Public Policy thinks education and reform are key in improving access.