Women and Society

#10WAYS10DAYS, an International Women’s Day Challenge.

An International Women’s Day Challenge, are you ready? ONE person and ONE action is all it takes to build a world that is safer and more equitable for women and girls. Here is your chance to be this person.  #10WAYS10DAYS: A 10 ACTIONS IN 10 DAYS WOMEN’S DAY MOVEMENT 10/10 campaign organisers believe that 10/10 is an opportunity for individuals to participate in a great movement leading…

#TimeisNow for Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s Lives on International Women’s Day.

#TimeisNow for Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s Lives, this year’s team for International Women’s Day. The theme for International Women’s Day, 8 March, is “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives.” People around the world are mobilizing for a future that is more equal. This has taken the form of global marches and campaigns, including #MeToo in the…

Forbes: Black Women Emerge as Leaders – The Next Trend in Leadership

Black women are beginning to emerge as leaders across all industries, academia, government and non-profit organizations. This trend is particularly evident in the creation of new businesses: the 2016 American Express OPEN State Of Women-Owned Businesses Report found that women-owned businesses have grown five times faster than the national average since 2007, fueled primarily by Black and Hispanic women. We…

Global CMO, Deirdre Bigley – Bloomberg Raises Its Voice at MAKERS Conference. 

Bloomberg Global Chief Marketing Officer, Deirdre Bigley and business leaders from top brands in tech, business, media, and entertainment publicly declared they will push the MAKERS movement forward by supporting more women-led businesses, investing in more girls in STEM, achieving pay parity and more. Today at the 2018 MAKERS Conference in Los Angeles, Bloomberg LP joined more than 40 companies…

Women’s March 2018 Epitomizes Strength and Conveys Hope

One year after protestors organized the Women’s March the conversation continues. Thousands of people take to the streets around the world in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Italy and Norway to protest discrimination. The strong, over-arching theme continued to remain political – exercise your right to vote, register to vote and run for office. However, other important topics of discontent,…