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Know Your Unicorn Space: A Conversation with NYT best-selling author Eve Rodsky

Photo credit: iStockphoto.com (Palamatic 90) Eve Rodsky’s first book, The New York Times best-seller Fair Play, sparked an exciting conversation about achieving gender equality on the homefront.  Her second argues that even if you achieve equality there, something else is critical to women’s well-being. She calls it “Your Unicorn Space,” a place where a person […]

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REPORT: Women and the Health & Well-being Gap in the Workplace

A 2024 Report from the Conferences for Women, the nation’s largest network of women’s conferences. New research shows that 97.63% of women consider health and well-being in the workplace “very” or “extremely” important. However, most don’t use employer-provided mental health and well-being offerings. This report identifies the top six reasons, which include concern about confidentiality […]

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Want to Improve Your Finances? Look to Your Network of Women

Photo credit: iStockphoto.com (Rudzhan Nagiev) Angela Antonio just celebrated her 30th anniversary working for Bank of America and says her greatest passion is helping women succeed financially.  She joined us recently for a conversation about what can get in the way, including being uncomfortable talking about money and the habit of putting others first.  But […]

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Margaret Atwood’s Advice on Seeing the Truth and Keeping Your Sense of Humor

Photo credit: iStockphoto.com (PCH-Vector) Two-time Booker Prize-winner Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale and more than 60 other books, brings a fierce, unflinching eye to her work – and does so with a wry smile. She spoke with us recently about how she maintains her lightness of spirit, why we need to focus on […]

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Karen Farmer White on One of the Craziest Forms of Discrimination You May Not Know About

Photo credit: iStockphoto.com (nadia_bormotova) Karen Farmer White on One of the Craziest Forms of Discrimination You May Not Know About Karen Farmer White is an advocate’s advocate–a woman who has spent decades of her life working on behalf of women, racial equity, education, health care, and more. She is a founding board member of the […]

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Amber Cabral on Strategies for Speaking Up, Building Connection, and Creating Equity

Photo credit: iStockphoto.com (Overearth) Amber Cabral is an award-winning inclusion strategist, certified coach, speaker, and author of two books, most recently Say More About That: And Other Ways to Speak Up, Push Back, and Advocate for Yourself and Others. Formerly a Diversity Strategist at Walmart Stores, Inc., she founded Cabral Co., an equity and inclusive […]

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Tina Fey Talks: About Risk-Taking, Humor, and What Men Need to Know about Equality

Photo credit: iStockphoto.com (SIphotography) Funny, warm, and wise, Tina Fey is one of the few comedians to have broken barriers for women and have a wildly longstanding career. As a writer, producer, playwright, actress, and comedian, she’s been busy and admired for three decades.  So, what is she up to in 2024? Her Mean Girls […]

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