Focused Effort to Narrow the Gender Gap on Corporate Boards – NYTimes.com

Focused Effort to Narrow the Gender Gap on Corporate Boards – NYTimes.com

Focused Effort to Narrow the Gender Gap on Corporate Boards BY ELIZABETH OLSON, photo by Daniel Rosenbaum for The New York Times Linda Rabbitt, the founder of the Rand Construction Corporation, at a board meeting of the Greater Washington Board of Trade. The dearth of women on corporate boards has been a persistent issue for decades. YetContinue Reading

New Online Directory Launched to Promote Women Authors

New Online Directory Launched to Promote Women Authors

WomenAuthorSpeakers.com connects women authors with organizations Covington, KY—Business marketing and consulting agency, November Strategies, has launched WomenAuthorSpeakers.com, a new online directory connecting women authors with organizations that are looking for speakers for events and workshops.  The new site offers exciting, talented authors who are experts in their field, as speakers to organizations.  All speaking andContinue Reading

Gender Wage Gap Causes Typical Woman To Miss Out On $443,360

Gender Wage Gap Causes Typical Woman To Miss Out On $443,360

Huffington Post – It’s still a man’s world. And to make a man’s amount of money over her career, the typical working women would have to put in an extra decade of work. The typical full-time working woman stands to miss out on $443,360 over 40 years because of the gender wage gap, according toContinue Reading

For Women, Parity Is Still a Subtly Steep Climb

For Women, Parity Is Still a Subtly Steep Climb

By Phyllis Korkki for The New York Times - ISN’T it just a matter of time before women reach parity with men in the upper ranks of the corporate world? After all, women in the United States now collect nearly 60 percent of four-year degrees and they make up nearly half the American work force. ButContinue Reading

NYC’s most powerful women: how they did it

At a Crain’s Lunch, Secrets Were Revealed – Crain’s New York Business - Several of the city’s most powerful women discussed their secrets to success on Monday. The best career decisions sometimes come from ignoring the worst advice, several of the city’s top women executives said at a Crain’s luncheon Monday. Pamela Brier was told to learn sportsContinue Reading