Singer, songwriter and actress Gloria Estefan became the first Cuban-American artist to be honored with the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors award on Sunday. Continue reading Gloria Estefan Becomes First Cuban-American To Win Prestigious Kennedy Center Honor Award
There are only two simple rules that you need to follow if you want people to reply to your emails. Continue reading How To Write Emails That People Want To Respond To
You can find more purpose and happiness at work and in life by asking yourself better questions Continue reading 31 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Setting Next Year’s Goals
The business voice of the LGBT community, formerly known as the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, has announced that the organization will formally shorten its name to its acronym “NGLCC” and be known as the, “National LGBT Chamber of Commerce.” Continue reading NGLCC Renamed “National LGBT Chamber of Commerce”, Reaffirms Mission as Business Voice of the LGBT Community
Computer programming jobs are growing 12% faster than the market average – here’s how business and society can encourage more women into the profession. Continue reading Cracking the code: how to get more women into computing
You may know Phylicia Rashad from The Cosby Show and from her most recent role as Diana DuBois on the Fox hit show Empire, but the acclaimed actress has added a new title to her remarkable resume. Continue reading Actress Phylicia Rashad Will Be Face Of $25 Million Initiative To Diversify American History
There are moments that Sylvia Acevedo, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, just can’t forget.
There was the time a college counselor at her high school in Las Cruces, New Mexico, scoffed at Acevedo’s desire to study engineering. “Girls like you don’t go to college,” she recalls the counselor saying, in a reference to her Mexican ethnicity. Continue reading How The Girl Scouts CEO Went From Rocket Scientist To America’s Biggest Champion Of Girls
Jennifer Ramos thought she had her life figured out after graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in public policy. But then, her father lost his job, and she was thrust into the role of breadwinner for her family. To ensure her family’s well-being, she launched Jen Contracting Group, LLC – a construction business that placed her in a male-dominated industry. Currently, she’s on pace to bring in $1 million in revenue from her construction firm in 2018. Continue reading This Salvadoran-American Woman’s Construction Company Is On Pace to Make Its First Million in Profit
Five years ago, Arlan Hamilton set her eyes on becoming a venture capitalist in “the land of opportunity” she called Silicon Valley.
But as a queer black woman, she found the industry wasn’t in her favor. Continue reading Black, queer and female: VC founder starts her ‘own league’
For Julia Landauer, a blossoming career in NASCAR has its roots in family quality time. For five years starting from when she was 10, Landauer’s parents took the family to a go-kart track two hours from their New York City home almost every weekend. Landauer says she started to win “right away” against her siblings, and she fell in love with racing. She made up her mind at 12 that she wanted to be a race car driver. Continue reading Julia Landauer Treats NASCAR Racing Like Building A Business