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Women and Money: Why It’s Important to Take Control of Your Finances – Carrie Schwab Pomerantz

I'd like to use this March focus on women to encourage women everywhere to take charge of their finances as an important step in negotiating a better situation for themselves. To me, financial independence is empowering. By taking charge of your finances, you're taking charge of your life. Here are some ideas on how to … Continue reading Women and Money: Why It’s Important to Take Control of Your Finances – Carrie Schwab Pomerantz

There’s Something About Mary & Power of Positive Ageing – Warren Gamble

In the middle of the cafe, Mary Jaksch drops to the floor and starts doing press ups. Two middle-aged men look a bit startled over their flat whites. They would be more surprised if they knew her age or her exercise regime; they would be less surprised if they knew Mary. She was demonstrating the … Continue reading There’s Something About Mary & Power of Positive Ageing – Warren Gamble

3 Top Women in Business in India — When Women Inspire

Indian women have come a long way from the times when their rightful place was only only seen as within the home. These 3 women in business in India are making waves, and here’s why. via 3 Top Women in Business in India — When Women Inspire Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order … Continue reading 3 Top Women in Business in India — When Women Inspire

Women in Communication Earn Less, Experience Negative Company Cultures & Still Face a Glass Ceiling – Jennifer Lacayo

FIU’s Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center released the results of a national survey that found that women are more likely to be in middle management or junior level positions in the communication industries, while men dominate top management positions. In addition, the survey found that the culture of the company most often prevents women from being … Continue reading Women in Communication Earn Less, Experience Negative Company Cultures & Still Face a Glass Ceiling – Jennifer Lacayo

Meet the Woman Who’s Boosting Arizona’s Mom-and-Pop Business Culture

Kimber Lanning stands at just 5 feet 1 inch. But in the Arizona economic landscape where she acts as a fierce advocate for local economies, she is a giant. In 2003, Lanning started Local First Arizona. She was the only employee, and didn’t take any salary. Now, with 3,200 members, it is the largest coalition … Continue reading Meet the Woman Who’s Boosting Arizona’s Mom-and-Pop Business Culture

The Network of Women Helping Women Become Economically Independent

Over 15,000 women in Sydney have re-entered the workforce in less than a decade, thanks to the charity Dress for Success. The globally run charity aims to help women become economically independent by providing styling, as well as coaching and mentoring for women trying to find work. “Our client base is really diverse,” chief executive… via … Continue reading The Network of Women Helping Women Become Economically Independent

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