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Can Just One Person Make a Difference for Women and Girls? Rachel Eberhardt Says Yes, and Leads the Way as Sis U Winner

September 23, 2011 by

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Do you think just one person can make a difference for women and girls?

Is Gen Y Neo to the Gen X Matrix?

August 12, 2011 by

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The story begins.."You teach Gen Y, but you don't hate Gen Y. Why do so many other people seem to hate Gen Y?" Jenn Sacks asked me one day. "Don't worry," I said, "I am Gen X and - when I was young - people hated us too."

Do Women Have to Do All The Work? Inequities in Wage Gap, Doing the Dishes.

June 15, 2011 by

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Bottom line: Women right out of college are making 17 percent less than men right out of college....Is the onus on the women to do all the work to bridge the wage gap? some of the same principles behind the wage gap are also behind why there may be an a perceived imbalance in housework.

#1 Top 10 Power Plays for Women: FIGHT

November 13, 2010 by

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The fight is not over ladies. Just because women have the right to vote and can be CEOs doesn’t mean we can eat bon bons and coast. What are you willing to fight for?

The Good Gals: The Washington Area Women’s Foundation – Best of Class Women and Philanthropy

October 15, 2010 by

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As I looked across the room, some of the most influential women in Washington were hugging one another, power suits and all.

Sisterhood University: Women Leaders Give #sisUdc an “A” – 10.10.10 Results Released

October 10, 2010 by

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Sisterhood University’s goal was to bring together, educate, and connect women leaders in the community....The Punchline: We did it, or rather, THEY did it.

What’s So Great About Women Entrepreneurs? Here’s What.

September 29, 2010 by

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Support of women-owned businesses is not going to stop in the near future. Here's why...