2300 women sue financial sector giant! Read this article in Bloomberg. "Gender discrimination case against Goldman Sachs has finally won class-action status. Three plaintiffs will represent as many as 2,300 current and former employees at the company who believe they have been treated unfairly because of their gender. This Bloomberg piece dives into the backstory of one of
The Government of Canada under Justin Trudeau has done something amazing for women and our whole society. The report is well worth the read. It says: The knowledge-based economy demands a skilled, adaptable and diversified workforce to support Canada’s competitiveness and prosperity. All Canadians should have the opportunity to make choices about their education based on their
Yippeee... I am so excited to share my TEDx talk! The title is: "Implicit Bias: How We Hold Women Back." Please share widely! https://youtu.be/YM1MBSczyzI
BRAG ALERT! I gave a talk at the University Women's Club last week. It was a preview of my TEDx talk (that I am giving on Nov 12). I have been getting some flack recently since gender equality is still a bit of a HOT topic. So I was glad to get this positive feedback.
Please listen in at 98.3 on your Radio or on your computer or devise. I am so excited about being interviwed by Don Shafer on his show "Impact" this Friday at 1pm on Roundhouse Radio, Vancouver. I will be talking about my three new books and particularly "Lean Out- How to Dismantle the Corporate Barriers
Here is my favorite article so far on Wonder Women. It is titled: “I expected to like Wonder Woman. I didn’t expect it to be such a relief.” By Caroline Framke Here is an excerpt:“Wonder Woman isn’t just a good superhero movie. It’s a great example of how filmmakers don’t have to resort to the usual