As one of The Wall Street Journal’s earliest female reporters, its first female London bureau deputy chief, and current management news editor, veteran journalist Joann S. Lublin has achieved an impressive degree of glass ceiling breakage. Lublin’s achievements, which include …
There's a new face calling the shots for the National Football League and her name is Sarah Thomas – oh, and she just so happens to be the first female full-time referee in the history of the NFL. Read on to learn more about how Thomas began her professional journey and what fans think of her new, history-making promotion.
Data and statistics tell us a lot about our world. The trouble is, sometimes numbers don't drive a point home the way, say, a narrative can. Sometimes, it takes a different kind of study to illuminate an issue in a way that resonates for people.
Being a working woman takes on a whole new meaning in today's fast-paced, technologically advanced age. There's much more responsibility to deal with and so many more expectations to live up to when trying to juggle life and work. See how Ivanka Trump’s new #WomenWhoWork initiative aims to end the unrealistic stereotypes of working women and, instead, empower them to live authentic, successful lives.
Let's face the facts: being a working mother is exhausting and, oftentimes, completely defeating. Many women put their own career and life aspirations on hold to raise children, but very few of these ladies actually speak openly about the endless struggles they face on a daily basis. Here are the facts that you should know about the realities of working mothers and what you can do to help.
This past year wasn’t just good for women in business, it was absolutely spectacular! We’ll take a look at five ways women rocked the boat, broke down barriers, and really put themselves on the map in 2013.
For all the ladies out there who like to enjoy a glass of wine every now and then, why not make a career out of it? The wine industry is calling your name and so are the new organizations catering to women vintners popping up around the country. Let’s all raise a glass to the women breaking through the “glass” (ceiling) in the wine-making industry.
Earlier this month, President Obama nominated Janet Yellen to chair the Federal Reserve Board. If confirmed, she will be the first Democrat to lead the Fed since the 1970s, the most powerful economist in the country, and the first woman to lead the Fed. Three guesses which one the media has fixated on, and the first two don't count.