This great article describes how I feel. A must read by Toronto lawyer Marie Henein. “It is the reaction to Ms. Clinton that shook me to my core – watching her struggle to be "relatable." To be cuddly. To
I know why Hillary did not get elected. It's not because so many American women voted for Donald Trump (about 50-65% of white women) but rather because we are swimming in an INVISIBLE out-dated culture (with old mindsets and systems) that leads
A conference is being held in November at Stanford University to help Japan attract and promote more women at work and in society. Why? Last year Japan realized that they were facing a shrinking and
Every year, West Coast LEAF grades BC on how it's meeting its international obligations on women's rights. Every year, for the most part, LEAF has found progress lacking. So, how is BC measuring up on women's equality
I am excited to tell you that I got mentioned in SLAW, Canada's largest legal blog! Here is an excerpt. Why Lawyers Need to Lean Out and Not Lean In “Enough about the glass ceiling.
The world is facing an acute misuse of talent by not acting faster to tackle gender inequality, which could put economic growth at risk and deprive economies of the opportunity to develop, according to the
Here is a great article: When a company is in trouble, the buck stops with the CEO, right? Not necessarily. According to a new study, 80% of press reports about female CEOs involved in a
Here is a great article by my friend Karin Mizgala about why women have to take money seriously. Thanks Karin! Karin is also offering a day seminar for women on investing. It will be fantastic!
There’s a great new website available for those who want to start using their money to do something about the lack of women in leadership. It is called Femeconomy and it offers a simple way to
Join Equal Voice BC to watch the results, hoist a beverage and cheer (or jeer) the results. The first American polls close at 5 pm Pacific Time, and we'll be welcoming members and friends from