Kathleen Brush touches base on advancing gender equality in an article that was published on Thrive Global. “COVID-19 will have many lasting effects on the world. One is a boost […]
The greatest leaders put their best foot forward in a crisis. Covid-19 gives everyone a chance to demonstrate their leadership. What type of leader will you be? The best leaders […]
Per the IWD website, “Equality is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue. Gender equality is essential for economies and communities to thrive.” To thrive, gender bias must become part of history and this will only happen when there is gender equality in senior leadership.
Where the why is clear for the existence of the Women’s Leadership Academy, the motivation behind why I started it has not been brought to light until now and I […]
All of these recommendations are for books I couldn’t put down because I was learning so much. But I may not have known this, if they weren’t well written. I also selected books covering countries and regions whose history has influenced so much of our world today.
Russia has had a 100+ year mission to best the west. it failed in WWI, WWII, and the Cold War. With a US led by Trump or Sanders it sees another chance – a chance to squander 100 years of American military sacrifices..
The world should prepare for a pandemic. The coronavirus is already an economic pandemic. How can China, a nation that has been prosecuting its case as the benevolent and better choice of superpower, have let this happen? History offers an answer.
I recommended these books because they were written by leading authorities on different important topics regarding the challenges women leaders face. All are well researched, well written, and offered lots of OMG and ah hah moments.
The insufficient presence of women in STEM-related disciplines is resulting in women needlessly dying and facing programmed discrimination.
#metoo inadvertently reveals why gender equality will take 208 years. Hollywood actresses emboldened to share #metoo stories inspired a global movement. Women all over the world joined in, and for many or most, their lives got worse, sometimes a lot worse.