Power Suit: Kathleen Wilson-Thompson A desire to look out for the interests of others led Kathleen Wilson-Thompson to her calling By Carolyn M. Brown Kathleen Wilson-Thompson grew up in the 1970s in Saginaw, Michigan, which was a booming General Motors town where Blacks were able to acquire gainful...

Each company has its own unique programs and processes for promoting workplace inclusion and helping women crack the glass ceiling....

[caption id="attachment_9482" align="alignnone" width="600"] Shot of a stressed out businesswoman surrounded by colleagues needing help[/caption] Dear DW, Now that I’m working from home, I find that I’m always expected to be “open for business.” How can I appropriately set limits with my colleagues who want to meet...

5 Minutes with Sandra Phillips Rogers Rogers has many roles, but in a year marked by historic change, none is more critical than her role as a diversity officer. Phillips Rogers is group vice president, chief legal officer, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Toyota Motor North...

Dr. Lynn Perry Wooten, the first Black president of 120-year-old Simmons University, is uniquely prepared to lead the women's college through these turbulent times. By Jackie Krentzman On February 6, 2020, Dr. Lynn Perry Wooten accepted the position as the first Black president of Simmons University, a...

Throughout her career, Ruth Bader Ginsberg fought for us, working women. This diminutive woman was called the “Thurgood Marshall of the women’s rights movement” as she, perhaps more than anyone else, advanced the rights of women in the workplace. She fought for us so we...

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