Luz Iglesias of Hirefly offers helpful advise for making sure everyone – including disabled job seekers – feels welcome to apply to jobs at your business.
Zachary Mentz, founder of web development company Loci House, LLC, discusses why entrepreneurs might be paying their web teams too much.
Camille Gaines, founder of Financial Woman, uses her online advisory business to encourage women’s fiscal dreaming.
Anne Dowling of Breckenridge, Colo., runs a pair of wine and cheese shops — and gets some good skiing in on powder days.
Tensie Homan, a CPA and author of “Beat the Exit Bubble,” offers advise to entrepreneurs on how to properly leave a venture behind.
A New York lawyer popular with entrepreneurs becomes one herself.
Presentation platform Prezi sheds light on the confidence issues women face in the board room.
Stemettes is dedicated to eliminating the gender-based “skills gaps” in science, tech, engineering and math across the pond.
In this 1,000 Stories update, business owner Azra Khalfan discusses how one opportunity lead to another.
Austin-based organization GirlStart is developing girls’ interests in science, tech, engineering and math.
We’ll see more innovation when the female perspective is present. That’s good for society and the economy.
The Brighton School of Business & Management celebrates pioneering women in this infographic.
STEM advocate and entrepreneur Felecia Hatcher is working to bring tech education to underprivileged communities.
As part of our series with the New York Times, we profile Elizabeth Rees of Chasing Paper.
Stacy Francis of Savvy Ladies helps women prepare (fiscally) for anything.