Gabby Rivera never thought superhero comics would become a part of her writing career, but when the call came, she answered with geeky enthusiasm. Continue reading Marvel Hired Gabby Rivera, A Queer Latina Writer, For Its Queer Latina Superhero
In 1968, when graduating from the Connecticut State Police academy, Louise Smith had no idea she was making history. Continue reading First ever African American female state trooper pushes for more women in uniform
Through RestaurantHER initiative, Grubhub and Women Chefs & Restaurateurs partner to advance female leadership in restaurants. Continue reading Grubhub Announces RestaurantHER Initiative
Tiffany Haddish is making history left and right.
The “Girls Trip” actress announced on Thursday that she will be hosting the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards in Los Angeles on Monday, June 18. Haddish, who made history last November by becoming the first black female stand-up comedian to host “Saturday Night Live,” is making history again as the first black woman to host the award show. The last female host was Amy Schumer in 2015. Continue reading Tiffany Haddish Will Be The First Black Woman To Host MTV Movie & TV Awards
SALT LAKE CITY— TFS Scholarships (TFS), the most comprehensive online resource for higher education funding, has launched a free online toolkit to provide counselors, families and students with resources to help improve the college scholarship search process. The toolkit, available at tuitionfundingsources.com/resource-toolkit, provides downloadable resources and practical tips on how to find and apply for scholarships.
Continue reading TFS Scholarships Launches Online Toolkit to Provide College Funding Resources
“There are so many women that are capable, smart, sharp and good at what they do. What they are lacking is the opportunity to sit across the table from the other minds that are coming up with the innovative solutions,” says Dr. Christyl Johnson, NASA’s Deputy Director for Technology and Research Investments. Continue reading NASA’s Real Life ‘Hidden Figure’ On How To Advance Women In STEM
The 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards is set to air live on Sunday, March 11th at the Forum in Los Angeles, California. For the fifth straight year, the ceremony will celebrate the most talked about artists and songs heard throughout the last year across radio stations and the iHeartRadio app. Throughout the year, these artists have released hits that have impacted radio stations across the nation. Continue reading 2018 iHeartRadio Nominees Have Been Announced!
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!”
Hers is a life changed.
From 17-year-old standout to Olympic champion.
Standing at 5ft 3in, it is not always easy to spot Chloe Kim in a crowd, but on a cloudless Tuesday in South Korea it was obvious where America’s new golden girl was. Continue reading Chloe Kim: US teenager makes history at Winter Olympics