08 Jan
  • By Nuriel Rozenberg
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Women Are Taking Over the Military Industrial Complex

As of the start of 2019, 4 of the nation’s 5 biggest defense contractors are female-led. CEO’s of Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, the defense arm of Boeing are women. After what has always been male-dominated, the decades of women entering STEM has acted as a watershed. Lockheed Martin CEO, Marillyn Hewson believes it is also […]

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17 Dec
  • By Navleen Kaur
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Meet the Top 5 Most Influential Millennial Women in US Politics.

Meet the Top 5 Most Influential Millennial Women in US Politics US Politics, these women are impressive. A record number of women will serve in Congress next year after a surge of female candidates ran for office in this year’s midterm elections, and the House’s freshman class will be the most diverse in history. Here […]

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29 Nov
  • By Navleen Kaur
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How Women Candidates Changed American Politics In 2018

For the last several months, Haley Stevens and Lauren Underwood have been sending each other lots of emojis. As first-time women candidates running in Michigan and Illinois, they were part of a surge of new Congressional candidates aiming to flip GOP-held seats in crucial swing districts. But as young women running to serve in a […]

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07 Nov
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Kamala Harris: “Electing More Women To Office Is Vital In the United States”

“Electing women is about equity and representation for everyone.” Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono’s comment, in regard to Christine Blasey Ford’s credible accusation of sexual assault by recently appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, served as a powerful example of courage and frustration by an elected official. She continued, “We have to create an environment where […]

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06 Nov
  • By Ava Vitale
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Ethiopia ‘Sets The Standard’ With Election Of First Female President.

Ethiopian lawmakers unanimously elected the country’s first female president on Thursday, days after approving one of the world’s few “gender-balanced” Cabinets as the country’s dramatic reforms continue. As seasoned diplomat Sahle-Work Zewde assumed the largely ceremonial post, many celebrated Africa’s only current female head of state. The continent’s first female president, Liberia’s Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, […]

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