Tag: Women Leaders

Why businesses, banks & society still need female execs

Why businesses, banks and society still need more women in executive roles By Alper Kara Only nine in the UK’s top 100 companies have a woman CEO, a recent report has revealed – part of an “appalling” picture of British business which even in 2022 remains remarkably male dominated. The report, from accountancy giant EY and Cranfield University, goes on to reveal that…

Women in law – Table of Experts

Women in law – Table of Experts By Albany Business Review Editors The Albany Business Review held a panel discussion recently on the topic of women in law. Panelists included Shalini Natesan, principal partner, The Towne Law Firm, P.C.; Christina Watson Meier, founder, Meier Law Firm, PLLC; and Jami Durante Rogowski, partner, Block, Longo, LaMarca & Brzezinski, P.C. The discussion…

Spotlighting women-owned businesses

‘I think there is momentum’: Wisconsin women-owned businesses in spotlight Joey Reader doesn’t stand still very long. She’s busy making sure all the details are just right at the event she’s spent the last 10 to 12 months planning. “It’s busy. It’s very fast-paced. It will be over before I know it, but it’s exciting,” Reader said during one of…

Females advancing neurology research

Overcoming obstacles to advance neurology research, mentor next generation of female scientists By Shoshanna Fischoff More women than ever are entering the field of neurology as clinicians and scientists. Still, research shows that men continue to outnumber women at top-ranked academic neurology programs – and this disparity increases with advancing rank. Against the odds, a number of women have become…

Habits Wealthy People Practice

3 Habits The Wealthiest People Practice Daily That Most Others Don’t By Jari Roomer I used to be broke. Dead broke. A bad gambling addiction separated me from my life savings (over $15,000) within 12 months. That’s when I decided to study how money works. I read every personal finance and investing book I could get my hands on. Fast-forward…

Why More Women are going into Aviation

A career in the skies: More women going into aviation By Kirsten Kanja When Ruth Karauri, a Kenyan pilot, skilfully landed a plane at Heathrow Airport, London amid a storm, the news spread quickly. Netizens were in awe of her brilliance and how she diligently accomplished the task, heaping praises on the professional aviator. But what was more intriguing about…