GC4W Women in Leadership

Beyoncé and Tina Knowles-Lawson Help Coronavirus Testing

Beyoncé And Tina Knowles-Lawson Help Accelerate Coronavirus Testing In Underserved Communities Last weekend, close to 1,000 residents flocked to two middle schools in predominantly black Houston communities, waiting patiently in their cars to receive free COVID-19 testing.  Unlike many other cities nationwide, Houston has had free testing available to the public but “some people, definitely minorities because we are overlooked,…

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Lilian Ajayi Ore joins Columbia University Human Capital Management Virtual Town Hall

Columbia University Human Capital Management Virtual Town Hall: Pandemics as a Test of Workforce Sustainability YOU’RE INVITEDFree Virtual Event – Space is Limited COVID-19 has been a global test of resilience for organizations, corporate leadership, external communities, and business partners. Please join our esteemed panel of scholar-practitioners for a timely discussion of how sustainable workforce strategies contribute to the fate…

How History Can Bring Us Hope: Inspirational Female Trailblazers

In 2020, Women’s History Month comes amid a time of social upheaval and global fear over the coronavirus pandemic and resulting political turmoil. While for many the 2020 presidential race is now an afterthought, this Women’s History Month does also mark the departure of the last remaining women candidates from the 2020 presidential field — during an election year that also marks the centennial of women’s suffrage.