We've broken the silence, now let's fix the future -- What changes can we make to ensure fewer people are victimized in the future and fewer employers will cover it up? The Washington Post asked 16 leaders what one change they would make to stop sexual harassment in their fields. (Keep scrolling down to see all the answers.) ow.ly/9aqG30ha9nl... See MoreSee Less
A breakthrough move to get more women on boards -- This year, for the first time, three giant mutual funds are siding with shareholders over managers by insisting that companies chosen for their funds add women and minorities to their boards. “The moves reflect both a change in thinking and a cool business calculus,” Bloomberg writes. ow.ly/2RmV30h8yzJ... See MoreSee Less
A wonderful graphic and even more wonderful reminder of the achievements of these women! ... See MoreSee Less
From the DNA double helix to radium to stem cell research, some of the greatest scientific discoveries of all time couldn’t have been done without women. Celebrate women in science with a piece of art that’s equal parts informative, empowering, and awesome!
"She Blinded Me With Science" by Janamis (facebook.com/janamis) bit.ly/2zSNLfu
Men who see gender differences in workplace performance think they are biological – According to a new Pew survey, “most people believe that gender does NOT dictate what men and women are good at in the workplace." Of those who DO see a difference, 65% of women say this is based on different expectations SOCIETY has for men and women. But 61% of men say these differences are biological. Read the article for other interesting findings. ow.ly/9Ruh30h5Dbq... See MoreSee Less