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The more women know about their history, their social conditioning, their varying degrees of power and privilege, and their biases, the better equipped they are to stand in solidarity with each other.
After starting a nonprofit that provides a unique type of shoe to children in need and realizing a market demand, entrepreneur Kenton Lee was faced with whether or not to become a for-profit company.
We know workers love it. But what's in it for companies? Actually, a great deal.
Adding ESG investment options to employer-sponsored retirement plans can be an incentive to boost plan participation.
The co-founder of Dermalogica will speak at the 2020 World-Changing Women's Summit! Brush up on her incredible story here.
This founder, whose mission is to transform America's broken childcare system, started a fundraising process while six months pregnant.
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The CEOs from the Business Roundtable can take two inspirations from the B Corp movement in order to move their initiative from the domain of talk to the domain of action.
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