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Rachel Thomas
Cofounder/president of & . Host of . Girls soccer fan. Proud mother of two. Working to make the world a more equal, resilient place.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Jun 9
Is it really that hard to not be creepy?
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Rachel Thomas Jun 10
Navigating while coping with the loss of a dad, child, or partner can be tough. partnered with to create a collection of ecards to help you show friends and family that you’re there for them.
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Rachel Thomas May 15
A woman's right to choose is fundamental. Laws that strip away women's liberties or put them physically at risk should be relics of the past. Women — and all of us — deserve better.
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Rachel Thomas Apr 9
It’s on all of us—no matter our gender—to play our part in creating a more equal world. Watch this message from of the , the , and . Let's .
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Lean In Apr 8
"If women in their 40s are “in a hurry,” and women in their 50s are old news, and women in their 60s are just old, when, exactly, is a woman supposed to go to the White House?" A must-read piece by :
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CatalystInc Apr 2
It's not enough to look at just one number. The gender widens dramatically when you break it down by /. matters. Learn the facts and speak up for change: 🗣️⚖️
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Rachel Thomas Apr 2
It’s 2019, and on average, women in the U.S. STILL earn 20% less than men—and the gap is even worse for Black women, Native American women, and Latinas. It’s past time for this to change.
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Rachel Thomas Feb 19
Work is just one dimension of women’s lives—but an important one. It tells us a lot about the strides being made towards gender equality and the challenges still ahead. Take a look at 's State of Women at Work presentation from :
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Lean In Feb 18
How many of us have been an Only in a room? It’s far too common an experience for women, people of color, and gay people. Dr. Goins’s experience reminds us of the importance of making the “Only” experience rare and not the status quo.
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Rachel Thomas Feb 8
In the fight for equality, we have our work cut out for us—but there are also women around the world are leading the way towards change. What an honor it was to be at today with many of them.
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Rachel Thomas Feb 8
At the today, I was proud to share ’s summary of the state of women at work in 2018: the gains we’ve made, the inequities that remain, and the challenges that lie ahead.
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theBoardlist Feb 8
Women make up 50% of the population, but only 17% of board seats at top companies. Join our efforts to move the
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Rachel Thomas Feb 8
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Rachel Thomas Feb 4
Excited to be part of the discussions happening at the 2019 . Join me LIVE Feb. 6 - 8:
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Rachel Thomas Jan 25
Boardrooms are some of the most powerful–yet least diverse–places in corporate America. I’m proud to support ’s campaign to continue working toward gender parity at the top. Join me in moving the by supporting too.
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Rachel Thomas Jan 19
Replying to @RachelSThomas
Beyond today, the movement continues to make our world a more equal place. Let’s keep making our voices, votes, and power heard.
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Rachel Thomas Jan 19
Proud to march with members of our Circles community in the San Jose independent women’s march today. There’s so much power in women—and men—standing alongside one another to fight against inequality and discrimination in all its forms, including anti-Semitism.
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Lean In Jan 18
“To me, the book’s biggest impact has been a surge in women supporting women.” We couldn’t agree more. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on how Lean In has evolved over the years and giving a glimpse into the movement’s impact.
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Rachel Thomas Jan 15
As President of Lean In and a mother of a 13-year-old son, thank you for stepping up and taking on one of the most important issues related to gender equality – toxic masculinity. This is a crucial step in supporting women—and helping raise the next generation.
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Rachel Thomas Jan 11
These women inspire me — and they are all part of Lean In Circles, small groups where women come together to support each other. Circle by Circle, they are pushing back on bias, lifting each other up, and making our world a more equal place.
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