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Kamala Harris makes history as the first Black American and South Asian-American Veep: 'she's just a strong human being'

January 20th, 2021 will go down in history as the day the United States swore in its first Black American, South-Asian American, Woman to be the Vice President.

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Women Are Advancing to Fortune 500 CEO's: 5 Proven Ways to Join Them.

A recorded breaking number of women are predicted to be CEO's of Fortune 500 Companies this year. Here are 5 ways proven to join them.

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Five Tips For Setting Up Women To Be The Next Workplace Leaders

The majority of women want to be risk-takers in the workplace but often lack the confidence to push boundaries. Here are 5 tips to help set up women to be leaders in the workplace.

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Rashida Jones named president of MSNBC, becoming first Black leader of news network

Rashida Jones, senior vice president of NBC News and MSNBC, will become the next president of MSNBC. Ms. Jones, currently a senior vice president at the network, will become the highest-ranking Black woman in the TV news industry.

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Q4 Message from the Chair

Check out the Q4 2020 Message from Chair Sandy Lee.

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Forbes' List of 100 Most Powerful Women

Forbes has released its 2020 list of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women. The women on the 17th annual power list hail from 30 countries and were born across four generations.

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Hurdles Organizations Face With Women In Tech

In a recent interview for Green Connections Radio with Brenda Darden Wilkerson, CEO of the Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology, four hurdles that organizations face with hiring and retaining women in technology are explained.

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Kamala Harris Makes History As First Female, Black, Asian American Vice President

As vice president-elect, Kamala Harris makes history in a number of ways: She is the first woman and Asian-American to be part of a winning presidential ticket, and will be the first Black American to become vice president

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‘Go For It’: America’s Richest Self-Made Women On Founding Businesses After 40

As women are increasingly taking center stage in business, Forbes has recently published its list of America's Richest Self-Made Women for 2020. Among these incredible business-owners, many started their business at age 40 or older.

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How women leaders are changing the boardroom meetings for more productivity

Women today are constantly breaking the glass ceiling, and making great strides in their professional lives. But there are many factors preventing them from truly making a difference in the world of business.

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