gender gap

Here’s an interesting infographic from that breaks down the challenges and opportunities for women interested in scientific careers...

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Women in Science

As evidenced by my recent lack of blogging, I’ve been really busy the past two months and unable to “do it all.” However I’ve been asked by se...

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Men Can’t Have It All Either

If I were Santa, I’d be making my list and checking it twice. And here are the gifts I would give: For Our Daughters: The gift of self-esteem an...

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If I Were Santa

Recently I attended an event for entrepreneurs looking to accelerate their businesses. The event was billed as an opportunity to hear from leaders abo...

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Invest in Mothers

Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook, discusses why we have too few women leaders, at TED. It’s worth the watch. [hana-code-inse...

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Discuss Amongst Yourselves

Yesterday we wrote about research from Catalyst Inc. that shows progress has stalled as far as women achieving the highest level and highest paid posi...

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News from Around the Web

  An article in Time magazine yesterday, “Workplace Salaries: At Last, Women on Top,” suggests some interesting news on the gender wage g...

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Is there a Reverse Wage Gap?

I have recently found a new slew of articles supporting the popular idea that women are to blame –for everything. Politico ran an article earlier th...

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Are Women to Blame?

Check out the latest data from the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) on the number of women in government worldwide. Just 18.9 percent of all elected le...

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Missing: Women in Politics

“She seems to be smart, impressive and honest — and in her willingness to suppress so much of her mind for the sake of her career, kind of dis...

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Is Elena Kagan a Careerist?

MediaBistro is reporting Dana Milbank will become the Washington Post’s newest Sunday Op-Ed columnist. Milbank, you may know, is infamous for hi...

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The Op-Ed Project

I was complaining to my father after learning a male coworker made more money than me despite the fact I was on the management team and my coworker wa...

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A Long Way from Equal

Yesterday I attended The Boston Club’s Corporate Salute honoring New England companies with two or more women directors on their boards. The Bos...

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A Corporate Fantasy

Writing about women can be challenging sometimes because you hear about so many things that drain your energy. For example, there was a story in yeste...

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Drained, Denied, and Dance

I felt like Cindy Lou Who from “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” when she says, “Santie Claus, why? Why are you taking our Christmas ...

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Why Bomb the Moon?

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