The Atlantic: Who should be responsible for pushing gender diversity at work?

The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, where only 20 percent of attendees were women. The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, where only 20 percent of attendees were women

Maybe men.

Even though research has shown that there are concrete benefits to hiring and promoting more women into leadership positions, progress remains stilted in corporate America—especially at the top. Only 14 percent of executives at Fortune 500 companies are women. While the number of female board members has been increasing, the number of female executives . . .

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Five lesson companies should learn from Uber about sexual harassment

Today the bull’s-eye falls on Uber and Silicon Valley but tomorrow it may be your industry or company.

This post was originally published in the Huffington Post.

It’s 2017 and Fortune 500 companies are still dealing with the issues of sexual harassment and gender discrimination. While recent high-profile lawsuits are still in the news Qualcomm, Read More »

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It’s time for dads to step up for our daughters, and Audi is showing the way

Our daughters are counting on us eliminate workplace gender inequalities and the pay gap

Audi tackled gender equality and the pay gap in their 2017 Super Bowl ad.

The one-minute spot features a young girl participating in a coed downhill cart race. Narrated by her father as he watches the race, we hear him think about the inequities his daughter . . .

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The impact of the women’s march on Washington

Recapping the Women’s March

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Sitting down with Jeffrey Tobias Halter – author of "Why Women" – he discusses why the Women's March was the tipping point for women's voices in corporate America.

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