As President and CEO of Women’s World Banking, Mary Ellen Iskenderianis passionate about bringing impactful financial services offerings to women across the globe. Continue reading Mary Ellen Iskenderian, CEO Of Women’s World Banking, On The Future Of Impact Investing
A lot of companies self-identify as purpose-driven, especially these days in their quest to engage and retain millennials, women, and all the other humans who are evolutionarily driven to do work that contributes to positive change. Continue reading Athleta CEO Nancy Green On Building A Leading B Corp
It’s a great time to be searching for jobs and exploring different opportunities. And ideally, that’ll mean going on lots of interviews.
Continue reading 4 Questions Candidates Should Ask During a Job Interview
People love wine, and for good reason. Not only do they enjoy the taste and way it helps them to relax, but they also love the many health benefits that come from drinking a glass. Continue reading 5 Fun Facts About Wine
Women tend to drop off the leadership track about 7-10 years into their careers. These companies are making sure they stay. Continue reading These companies are making sure more women get promoted to management
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), in 1970 children didn’t start regularly watching TV until they were four years old. Today, they report that children begin interacting with digital media at four months old. One look around and it’s easy to see that many children have their own cell phone, tablet, television, or other type of screen that is occupying a lot of their time and attention. Continue reading What Every Parent Needs to Know About Kids and Screen Time
February 18th is National Drink Wine Day, which is a day each year that celebrates the love and health benefits associated with wine. According to the consulting group BW 166, wine sales in the U.S. topped $72.2 billion in 2018, which was nearly a 5 percent increase over the prior year. Continue reading Cheers! Celebrate National Drink Wine Day by Helping Your Heart, Gut, and Brain
At my house, Valentine’s Day means something.
Unfortunately, that “something” is usually wrapped in a shroud of chaos: “Where are the Valentines we just bought?” “How many kids are in your class now, anyway?” ”You have to bring what to school on Thursday?” “Wait, you are 12. You aren’t old enough to have a girlfriend!”