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How The Founder Of Cocokind Prioritized Authenticity

Whether you’ve spotted Cocokind’s clean and conscious products on the shelves of Target or Whole Foods, or while scrolling through Instagram (the brand has a highly engaged community of 140K followers), the skincare brand was launched in November 2014 by Priscilla Tsai, a former Wall Street investment banker who always suffered from hormonal acne.  Cocokind’s origin story and mission is…

7 Skills To Master For Your Senior Year Job Hunt

If you’re reading this, you’re probably in the stage of life most commonly referred to as “adulting.” Besides having to make your own meals, schedule your own doctor’s appointments, and do your own laundry, there’s something else that you have to face: applying for jobs. Susmita Gautam, a former Peer Career Adviser at George Mason University’s Career Services, and Sean McIntosh, President of Society…

Female-Forward Razor Thrives in Male-Dominated Industry

If you’re in the market for an incredibly quality razor that also happens to be breaking down the gendered barriers in business, let me introduce you to Billie. As a female-first razor brand, Billie is dedicated to creating their product designs, branding and more through the lens of the female gaze, rather than the male. The women’s shaving and body brand was birthed in reaction to the…

Women Set New Records In Hollywood

This year the Academy has more women to consider than ever before. Several new studies reveal that women in Hollywood are breaking new ground, both in front of and behind the camera. But it’s not all good news, as the research reveals that the highest grossing films were still largely dominated by men.  Number Of Female Protagonists Increases The biggest…

It’s 2020 – Women’s Stories Deserve To Be Heard

There’s a scene toward the end of Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women, a starry-eyed update of Louisa May Alcott’s 19th-century novel, in which headstrong Jo (Saoirse Ronan), the character Alcott modeled on herself, anticipates decades of female creative doubt. A writer struggling to produce the popular, contrived sentimental stories of her day and slogging even harder to figure out what…