Mauria Finley learned the value of recruiting moms from stints as an executive at eBay and PayPal. Now she’s putting that insight to use at her new startup Citrus Lane – and it’s paying off big time. By Mauria Finley (CEO & founder, Citrus Lane) In recent weeks, two news stories from prominent business leaders [...]
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Don’t be fooled by Atlantic headlines or even perhaps your social circle. The question is not if but how. By Laura Yecies (CEO, SugarSync) Since a picture’s worth a thousand words, this blog post can be short. Take a look at the below chart from the US Department of Health and Human Services website. Many, [...]
Women judging each other is one of the key mechanisms for the delivery of gender bias. By Joan C. Williams & Rachel Dempsey (Authors, The New Girls’ Network) Marissa Mayer is naïve. Or so say a million mommy blogs, and I just can’t get this issue out of my head. Once the baby is born, [...]
Regardless of where you stand on Sheryl Sandberg, she wields tremendous influence for many women. By Leah Eichler (Contributing Writer, Femme-O-Nomics) It’s been a big week for Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, often credited for increasing the social network’s revenue and growing their user base exponentially in the years since CEO Mark Zuckerberg whisked [...]
By Robert Jordan (Author, “How They Did It: Billion Dollar Insights from the Heart of America”) “It’s really important to get the word out to a woman that she has the resources and capabilities that almost genetically make her superior to be a CEO.” That’s what Bonnie Baskin, founder of ViroMed and AppTec Labs, told [...]