There are probably more women innovating on the iPad to educate the next generation. Let us know about these women and their companies/products in the comments below. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) Angry Birds on an iPhone or iPad used to be a good babysitter, but don’t you want to educate your [...]
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By Laura Yecies (CEO, SugarSync) A key part of parenting is being a role model for your children. I believe that one of the reasons I have been comfortable with my decision to work full-time while my children are growing up is that that is what I saw my mother do. I never felt like [...]
Forbes Contributing Writer Attributes Attractiveness, Children and Housekeeping to “Why Women Do Not Become CEOs”
By Gene Marks (Contributer, Forbes) I run a small technology firm. We do business with a lot of larger technology companies. I meet plenty of women in senior positions. But it’s rare that I come across a female CEO. Why is that? Look, I’m not surprised. I’m a guy. I know why. Reason 1: One [...]
By Melissa Fudor (Program Manager, Women in Wireless) I have babies on the brain. As a woman in my mid-twenties, starting a family has always been something that will eventually happen in the far and distant future. I have the timeline figured out: finish college, travel, start a great flexible career, meet someone, fall in [...]
By Ellie Cachette (Founder & CEO, ConsumerBell) Running a startup is demanding — long hours, last-minute changes to tasks and projects, fast-paced days and zero time to myself. Stress levels can stay at a permanent HIGH setting for months -– even years. Sometime it feels as if I already have a newborn. “Oh, you have [...]