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There’s Power In Cultivating A Diverse Community

There’s Power In Cultivating A Diverse Community By Elissa Sangster While Hispanic Americans have contributed greatly to the growth and culture of the United States, Hispanic women have historically been underrepresented in many areas — including business careers. This is especially top of mind during Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15).  We hear it all the time, but…

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Women Are Furious, Frightened And Voting

Women Are Furious, Frightened And Voting By Joan Michelson The 2022 midterm election, now only 73 days away, is shaping up to be driven by women voters, who have only had that right for 102 years today, when that right was ratified in the 19th Amendment on August 26, 1920. TargetSmart reported surges of new voter registrations by women across the country, far…

In A Post-Pandemic World, Nadiah Wan Steers Growth At Malaysia’s TMC Life Sciences

In A Post-Pandemic World, Nadiah Wan Steers Growth At Malaysia’s TMC Life Sciences By Danielle Keeton-Olsen Nadiah Wan had been running TMC Life Sciences for a little over a year when the pandemic hit in early 2020. Virtually overnight, Malaysia’s borders slammed shut, cutting off international patients—a lucrative source of income for the Malaysia-listed hospital group—while domestic travel restrictions curtailed appointments…

Forbes Announces the 2021 Most Powerful Women List

By Madeline Hislop Forbes has released its 2021 list of the world’s most powerful women, highlighting a mix of politicians, philanthropists, corporate leaders, and entrepreneurs who have made an impact on an international level. Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has topped Forbes’ list this year, and is followed by US Vice President Kamala Harris, head of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde, GM’s CEO Mary…