Harvard Business Review
Closing the gender gap in entrepreneurship and fueling the growth of women-owned enterprises will unleash new ideas, services, and products into markets around the world.
Strength in Numbers: How Women from Twitter, Facebook, and Uber are Teaming Up to Fund Silicon Valley’s Future
Emma Hinchliffe for Fortune
These investors would certainly love to find the next Facebook, but they’re more mission-driven than their predecessors of a decade ago. Given their makeup, all are attuned to the gender dynamics of Silicon Valley—even if they’re not exclusively backing women.
Tech by Vice
By the end of the year, she would lose her promotion, give birth to a baby who would live less than an hour, and, in the throes of grief, be asked to end her paid maternity leave early
Part 5 of Sonya Dreizler’s Series Do Better on Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, and Assault in Financial Services
I was walking down the hallway inside the office. I heard footsteps behind me and turned around to wait for the head trader to catch up. This mid-50s, cheerful father-figure says, “That’s fine, keep walking, I am enjoying the view.”
Monica McCoy on LinkedIn
When it comes to African-American women, there are currently not any African-American female CEOs of S&P 500 Companies. It was definitely a very inspiring moment to witness Ursula Burns be named the first African-American female Fortune 500 CEO in 2009.