Tag: Women Leaders

M.M.LaFleur Will Dress Any Woman Running for Office

There’s about to be a lot more M.M.LaFleur on the campaign trail. The women’s workwear brand, founded by Sarah LaFleur, Narie Foster and Miyako Nakamura in 2011, aims to provide “a more practical, inspired wardrobe” for professional women. And this week, the brand announced that it wants to extend that mission to the women running for public office across the…

Defining Success For Yourself – 10 Career Insights From The ‘Women Rule’ Summit

“Success to me is self-determination and making your own choices.” Those are the words of Jane Wurwand, Founder and Chair of Dermalogica, at the recent Politico Women Rule Summit, where many speakers focused on “what is success” and “how do you achieve it.”   From Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, to corporate executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and even President Trump’s daughter-in-law,…

The 2010s: The Decade Women Fought Back

It seems like every year is dubbed the “year of the woman,” in recent memory at least, but for good reason. The back half of the 2010s, a breathtaking, world-changing decade now less than two weeks away from its long-awaited end, was dominated by the resurgent political consciousness of marginalized groups, including women. Fourth-wave feminism has produced words like “manspreading” and “mansplaining,”…

The World’s Most Powerful Women In 2019: Defining A New Decade

This year’s list of World’s Most Powerful Women is a collection of innovators and instigators who are leading on the world stage to redefine traditional power structures and forge lasting impact in every industry and sphere of influence. They’re using their power and their platforms to scale global business, solve the world’s most intractable issues, transform cultural narratives and make significant strides…

3 Ways to Empower the Next Generation of Women Leaders

CEO of Pink Lily, Tori Gerbig, is the author of this article from Entrepreneur. Opinions expressed by the article’s author are her own. Even after decades of hard work and progress toward gender parity in the workforce, there are still reports of disappointingly low numbers of U.S. women in senior leadership roles. Despite the fact that women represent more than half the country’s…