The French politician talks with us about greening Paris, building resilient cities everywhere and empowering young women to be the future leaders the planet needs.
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The first Native American Interior Department secretary talked with us in 2018 about her fight for jobs and the environment.
We asked women entrepreneurs what leadership traits are most important to be successful in a male-dominated business world. Here’s their list.
We asked more than 30 women entrepreneurs what they do to stay motivated in their business on those inevitable tough days. Their answers will inspire you.
What’s the best way for companies to deal with workplace harassment, bullying and inappropriate behavior? Here’s step-by-step advice, provided by women entrepreneurs.
Tight and fiercely fought races in Georgia and Arizona, both marred by voter-suppression controversies, are finally called.
During a recent conversation, the iconic fashion designer turned social entrepreneur urged women just starting out in business to tune in to their gifts and where they’re being guided.
#ResistList: Brittany Rose, a former All American and NFL cheerleader, is on a mission to dismantle disparaging stereotypes about cheerleading and make it a tool for empowering women.
#ResistList: Schooled by tough experiences, Sarah Walsh of Caffe d’Amore points the way for women entrepreneurs who want to create a post-#MeToo workplace where everyone is welcome and mutual respect is a way of life.
It’s all about women helping women. These outstanding entrepreneurs are pointing the way to a more inclusive future.
After primary elections in eight states yesterday, three women candidates featured in our Running Women project are among 57 candidates advancing to the general election.
Political newcomer Leah Phifer mounted a grassroots campaign for Congress that took her to the top of a crowded Democratic field, but she won’t be on the primary ballot. She explains why.
Candidate Chrissy Houlahan talks with us about getting off the sidelines, her military and business credentials, and teaming up with Emily’s List to become the sole woman in Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation.
The Arizona State Senate minority leader vows to ensure all eligible voters can vote, if she becomes secretary of state, leveling the playing field for Democrats, including the 2020 presidential candidate.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate talks with us about poverty, prosperity and how her history as a business owner will make her the “entrepreneurial governor” Georgia needs.