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Q4 2018 Message from the WWLI Chair

WWLI is celebrating 5 years! Read about that and more in the Q4 Chair Message from Christine Dellecave.

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A growing number of women are starting their own companies. These business owners share how they got it right.

The number of women owned businesses is on the rise and CNBC spoke to successful women entrepreneurs to share their advice.

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14 Powerful Women Tell Us Which Executive They Most Admire

Fourteen women on Fortune‘s 2018 Most Powerful Women Ranking share with the publication which other CEO or executive—outside their industry—they admire most.

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How being underestimated made these women more successful

Successful women share their stories about how being underestimated became a motivator and helped them achieve their goals.

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Karen Walker Elected to Lilly Board of Directors

The board of directors of Eli Lilly and Company has elected Karen Walker, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Cisco, as a new member, effective December 1, 2018.

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How To Engage Men In Women's Leadership Issues

An interview with Jeffery Tobias Halter, president of YWomen, a strategic consulting company focused on engaging men in women’s leadership advancement, reveals where gender bias exists are how we can overcome it.

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Lady Gaga Wears An Oversized Pantsuit For A Powerful, Feminist Reason

Lady Gaga takes a stand against beauty standards and chooses to use her voice for good at the Women in Hollywood awards.

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This Personal Branding Expert Says The Secret To Success Is Being Authentically You

"People do business with people, not a logo. And people want to see who you really are...the more you lean into your expression the more you're going to grow." - Jessica Zweig

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Which Russell 3000 Sectors Rank Highest in Terms of Gender Diversity in Leadership Positions?

A look at how companies in different industries compare in terms of female representation at the CEO level and at the board of directors’ level.

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Changing the Game for Women

Increasing the number of women at every level of an organization is possible if its leaders are ready to use practical solutions.

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