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  • Three Ways To Support Women At Your Workplace

    One of the biggest challenges women face on their way to the top is that we work and live in a world, culture, and system that is designed for men. Without the proper infrastructure, women are unable to achieve unfettered career success. This is prevalent all over the world.

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  • The Extraordinary Leaders Featured In National Geographic’s ‘Women Of Impact’ Documentary Have Some Advice And Encouragement For Women On Their Way

    A new documentary special Women Of Impact: Changing The World, premieres tonight on National Geographic and narrates the stories of over 40 women across a wide spectrum of disciplines, backgrounds and generations. Narrated by Juliana Marguiles, the documentary includes interviews with fabled ocean explorer Sylvia Earle, photographer Ami Vitale, ethologist Dr. Jane Goodall and ecologist Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant.

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  • The Gender Gap in 6 Charts

    Just how long will it take to achieve gender equality around the world? While the World Economic Forum predicts the United States won’t reach this mark for more than two centuries, other countries are further along — and several could reach equality within our (or our children’s) lifetime. But in most nations, and on many key metrics, equality is still a long way away.

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  • This is what one of India's top female bankers did to help women juggle work and family commitments

    Arundhati Bhattacharya took steps to address women's family responsibilities, allowing them to stay in their careers.

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  • Melinda Gates: I’m Committing $1 Billion to Gender Equality

    In 2018, there were more men named James running Fortune 500 companies than there were women. This year, only one CEO on that list of 500 is a woman of color. Women are 51 percent of the population but hold only 24 percent of the seats in Congress. My reaction to facts like these is a complicated mix of outrage and optimism. I imagine I’m not alone. It’s frustrating—even heartbreaking—to confront evidence of the many ways our country continues to hold women back.

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