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Becoming a Leader
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Beau Wangtrakuldee, founder of AmorSui, developed antimicrobial clothing for female scientists — and, now, health care workers.
Industry leaders in Chicago saw an opportunity to get businesses launched by their fellow females off the ground.
Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin launched MyCovidMD to help Black and brown neighborhoods impacted by coronavirus.
The former first lady urges voter registration in a new video from When We All Vote, the nonpartisan group she co-chairs.
The actress joins other celebrities in expanding the National Women’s Soccer League.
The renowned singer employed her signature outside-the-box thinking to keep performing and paying her team amid the coronavirus crisis.
With summer plans upended for many families, some programs led by women try to offer a semblance of normalcy.
Our “100 Years of Power” series breaks down women’s history from the suffragist movement to #MeToo and asks: Is the future really female?
As some businesses opt to continue work-from-home policies, here are 4 lessons in leadership.
Communications professional Amber Williams tells us what brands must do when issuing statements on racism. (Hint: You can’t phone this one in.)
Whether you’re wondering how to reduce employees’ wages or eliminate certain perks, expert Barbara Weltman has answers.
Brenda Stoner’s shipping and logistics business, Pickup, took a significant hit when the novel coronavirus changed everything.
Sarah Gilbert, a UK-based scientist, is working around the clock with her team to find a vaccine for Covid-19 by fall.
Need Something New to Watch on Netflix? Try This Miniseries About The First ‘Self-Made’ Female Millionaire
The four-part series focuses on the life of Sarah Breedlove, also known as haircare maven Madam C.J. Walker.