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The Boston Club 6h
From our 2019 Census of Women Directors and Chief Executives of MA's Largest Nonprofit Organizations: Number of organizations with women CEOs was 39 of 150; the same as the 2017 Census, although 18 organizations changed CEOs. We need more .
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AZCREWphx 4h
This Thursday is Bring a Girl to CRE Day! Help inspire the next generation of women leaders by inviting to participate in your daily work schedule and teach them about a career in ➡️
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Safecity/Pushpa Apr 17
Q3) How can women leaders recreate safe spaces and platforms for others? How does this fit into the Gender narrative?
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Safecity/Pushpa Apr 17
Here we go! Q1)What is one of the biggest challenges for young girls in India?
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Cindy Maldonado Apr 18
My GM Tara Cline on the cover. She is an amazing leader and I get the privilege to work with her.
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Kalpana Tatavarti Apr 16
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Janet Oh 4h
Professional development designed specifically for can more than double their chances at promotion!
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Aspire Ascend 8h
5 Things This Powerhouse Woman Wished Someone Had Told Her Before She Became a CEO
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Strategy Execution Group 3h
"Barring any changes to the current list of women CEOs in the Fortune 500—or to any expected appointments or exits—before June 11, Barry will bring the number of female chiefs to 30 when she steps into the job." That's 6%.
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Marcia Wong Apr 21
Just think if women over the ages were “allowed” to reach full potential, how different, and probably better, this 🌎 would be. (read to the last precious line) Geraldyn M. Cobb, Who Found a Glass Ceiling in Space, Dies at 88 via
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Deana Sanders 2h
If you want to move up, and ahead, confront your fears head-on. Don't waste valuable energy trying to avoid them. Via
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VirginiaNetwork 4h
“Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live.” - Anne Sweeney, American Business Woman [image credit: ]
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Common Grounds 2h
The women living in the 56thAD are simply wonderful and make me so proud! Here's a shot of presenting the WOD pin and awards to one of this year's honorees, Margherita Fletcher, co-chairperson of the .
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Deb Coman 7h
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The Africa Channel 4h
One woman made a difference by fighting against Tanzania's long standing child-bride laws.
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American Management 7h
Experience a day of networking and skill building to advance your career
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Safecity/Pushpa Apr 17
Q2) What can be done to bridge this gap of inadequate opportunities for women?
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Nicole 7h
Definitely a great listen! As someone whose role includes development/fundraising, Chris gave some great gems for success.
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Safecity/Pushpa Apr 17
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WomenintheBoardroom Apr 18
The first woman to lead a major automaker is now a transformational figure, leading the charge to put more women in the C-suite and the boardroom:
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