From The Crime Report, authored by Emily Riley “Even when women rise to some level of power as criminal attorneys, retaining their authority and influence is difficult, wrote Ahranjani, noting … Read More
MADELEINE L’ENGLE’S PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE WITH AHMAD RAHMAN.
From Vanity Fair authored by Abigail Santamaria: “There was nothing wrong with being abrasive, she reassured him. ‘If a violin is to make music, there must be the abrasion of the … Read More
BIG LAW’S WORKING PARENTS ARE HURTING. MONEY IS NOT THE ANSWER.
From LAW.COM By Dylan Jackson “But, like Coughlin, Riemenschneider noted that much of what working parents are asking for now is not new. It’s just that the illusion of bifurcation … Read More
WHITE HOUSE PRESS BRIEFING IS NEARLY ALL WOMEN
From The Hill By Sarah Polus “Rob Crilly, a White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner, noted that he was the only male journalist who was seated in the area … Read More
Research: Women Are Better Leaders During a Crisis
From Harvard Business Review authored by Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman: “Between March and June of this year, 454 men and 366 women were assessed on their leadership effectiveness using our … Read More
Why You Never See Your Friends Anymore
From The Atlantic authored by Judith Shulevitz: “Nevertheless, Americans are imposing a kind of nepreryvka on ourselves—not because a Communist tyrant thinks it’s a good idea but because the contemporary … Read More
You know someone who’s had a miscarriage.
From The New York Times authored by Lauren Kelley and Alexandra March: “YOU PROBABLY HAVEN’T HEARD MANY OF THOSE STORIES, however, and you might not have shared your own. Many … Read More
Former PepsiCo CEO Aims to Create a ‘Sisterhood’ of Women Leaders
From Fortune authored by Danielle Abril: “Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi says she doesn’t miss being in charge. Instead, she’s been too busy focusing on paying it forward to the next … Read More
Step out of line’: Emmy winning ‘Mrs. Maisel’ actress tells powerful tale of her grandmother fighting Nazis
From RawStory authored by Sarah K. Burris: “Actress Alex Borstein won the award for a best supporting actress in a comedy series during the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday. … Read More
Building the next generation of skilled trades workers starts with women
From USA Today authored by Lindsay Harrison: “Sometimes it takes just one woman to inspire a generation of girls to pursue success in a career they’d never imagined. When Emma … Read More