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For companies to be really successful, women need to be at the table. And when they are at the table, they need to be confident enough to speak up.
Human Ventures' CEO and co-founder Heather Hartnett is a matchmaker and a people person building new businesses one introduction at a time. Venture Capital, meet founder. Founder, meet money and a network and the help you need.
5 steps you can take to follow Sara Schaer's success as an entrepreneur. Working at a startup and trying to keep track of her kids' care was wearing her ragged. That's when she had a brilliant idea that would solve not only her own problem, but also help out other working parents like her. Kango, it's like Uber or Lyft, but for parents who need rides and babysitting for their children.
If you start a company in college, what are the chances your business will last or lead to your success as an entrepreneur? Cliff Notes: go for it, says writer Anna Johansson.
Lynn Whitman, a VP at Apprise, a global supply chair software company, has loads of experience building and managing teams on which women thrive. Here are three things she's learned in the process.
Miki Berardelli says don't call boxes a trend. Trends go out of style, but boxes won't. Meet the CEO of KIDBOX and get a peek into her daily life at home and at work.
Kate Brodock, CEO of Women 2.0, offers some research-backed action items that lead to truly diverse and inclusive hiring processes. Fix your process and you'll fix your results.
The 25 women of Duolingo meet regularly outside of work to compare notes and offer support. This is one of three diversity and inclusion initiatives launched by head recruiter Jeesoo Sohn, who thinks companies should work on their internal culture too, not just hire their way to more diversity and inclusion.
Yasamin Miller used to run survey research for Cornell University. Now, as founding CEO of her own company, she's advancing survey techniques for her many clients, which include the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
First he founded Craigslist, which has since gone on to revolutionize selling. Then he started a charitable foundation. Now he is trying to increase women's role in the tech industry. He thinks that more women in tech should be "the new normal."
She was a writer. Then Donald Trump got elected, and she decided to launch something to help everyday citizens become effective political activists in their spare time: Daily Action. Now she's running for Congress.
Movies, toys, games, celebrity scientists ... they actually make a big difference in how girls and women see their future in STEM. An admissions director at a wholly-STEM university shares how we can start making a shift in representation.
Jennifer Holmgren, CEO of Lanzatech, talks about the quest to discover and develop sustainable energy, and what it means to be "green."
No, you don't have to be super glamorous, but Lauren Rieckhoff, CEO of the consulting firm WilyFoxx, explains how and why your personal image matters so much to your business's success these days.
She's deadly serious, but also this board game is a joke about gender inequities in tech Venture Capital. Will playing a game help real life get better?
It’s best that you know if your company qualifies, so you aren’t wasting time.
Brianna Elefant, the CRO of Voray, gives us several networking tips and how to build a powerful cohort around you.
If Human Resources departments would take these six steps, companies could groom and support a more diverse and successful set of leaders.
Why is Detroit so hot right now for tech? Resources, culture, momentum, low costs, and more, reports Brandy Alexander-Wimberly.
Tenni Theure has focused on finding ways to challenge herself and broaden her scope, which has ultimately helped her carve out a rewarding career in the tech industry. She shares these tips with us.