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Time magazine has named the internationally-renowned eco-warrior as its 2019 Person of the Year. We think she more than deserves the distinction.
Born in 1985, Sanna Marin has already accomplished more than a lot of millennials.
Ava McDonald has a growing platform of Gen Z influencers promoting brands that they actually like.
Paid family leave, unicorn status for Rent the Runway and Glossier, and the #MeToo movement top this year’s list.
Fatoumata Ba, the Senegalese founder of Janngo Capital, is now investing in other startups that are owned by or benefit women.
Jessica Resler, co-founder of The Participation Agency, has channeled her drive into a growing experiential marketing firm.
Encourage your staff to keep these goals in the new year, says Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.
After taking home the grand prize in a competition — and praise from Padma Lakshmi — Hannah Hong will put the seed money toward building her startup.
This Veterans Day, celebrate the women who served our country. Here’s a list of female veterans who started their own businesses.
‘We’re More Badass’ — Sallie Krawcheck, Co-Founder of Ellevest, Urges More Women to Invest Their Money
Krawcheck gave an impassioned speech at the Get Money Get Paid conference, hosted by the networking group Ladies Get Paid.
More women are running for office than ever before — and some business-minded candidates are bringing a startup spirit to their campaigns.
As the Academy recognized the achievements of women at its Governors Awards, honoree Geena Davis offered an idea for how to turn the tide toward equality.