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Dress up your dinner on us + Pearl Street Caviar

Dress up your dinner on us + Pearl Street Caviar The Global Connections for Women Foundation is excited to announce its most recent partnership with Pear Street Caviar, a New York City supplier of sustainable caviar. As a whole food, Pearl Street Caviar’s nutrients are highly bioavailable. Overlapping benefits may enable nutrients to work synergistically and thus more effectively than in…

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GC4W Women’s Day Summit Concludes as a Day of Inspiration

GC4W 2021 International Women’s Day Summit concludes as a Day of Inspiration, Courageous Conversations, and Hope. Written by Leang Chung. On Saturday, March 13th, 2021 the Global Connections for Women Foundation (GC4W) curated a memorable virtual summit packed with inspiration, courageous conversations, and celebration in honor of International Women’s Day. CoachDiversity was the presenting sponsor of the GC4W International Women’s Day…

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These CEOs Are on a Mission to Support Women in Tech

By Stephanie Palmer-Derrien Women-focused angel group Scale Investors has appointed two new co-chief executive officers, following the departure of Ariane Barker from the role last month. Chelsea Newell and Samar Mcheileh will share the top job, as they focus on bringing more women investors into the fold. Over the past eight years or so, Scale has built up a network of more…

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15 Ways to Celebrate Easter With Your Kids During COVID-19

By: Deena Campbell The ending of winter means the start of another (dare we say, better) season: Spring. You’ve been indoors a lot these days, but Spring is the best time to do outdoor activities (while practicing social distancing) and the Easter holiday is the perfect excuse to do even more activities your kids will love.  To help you start thinking of Easter traditions to try (and…

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7 Ways Parents Can Teach Girls to Build Female Unity

By: Phyllis Fagell When Ashley Eckstein, an actress and entrepreneur, started performing professionally in fifth grade, the other girls in her class taunted her relentlessly. Now 37, Eckstein recently brought her 13-year-old niece to a girls leadership summit to show her a different dynamic — hundreds of girls celebrating one another’s accomplishments in fields including writing and social activism. “The cheers,…

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Basil Chicken Sandwiches

Basil Chicken Sandwiches Courtesy of Taste of Home and Kerry Durgin “I got the inspiration for this recipe when I knew my parents and in-laws were coming to see our new home,” shares Kerry Durgin Krebs of New Market, Maryland. “My mother-in-law has food allergies, my father-in-law has some very specific food preferences and my parents appreciate light meals. I…

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5 Reasons Women in Ecommerce Should Stick Together

Women entrepreneurs are making their mark in the business world by taking on new challenges daily and are finding great success. According to nonprofit organization Catalyst, women hold only 6 percent of CEO positions in the S&P 500. That percentage jumps considerably when you look at ecommerce, as Amazon data company Jungle Scout reports 32 percent of sellers are women. But even this statistic reveals a gender gap in the business. Women…

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4 Ways to Feel Empowered in a Male-Dominated Industry

By Bethany Peterson As we take the time to celebrate the incredible contributions of women throughout history during Women’s History Month, it’s also a good moment to look around at the women currently fighting to be taken seriously, gain equality, and earn well-deserved respect in spaces still dominated by sexism and discrimination.  If the last #OscarsSoMale season is any indicator, representation remains seriously lacking…

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