The life insurance executive makes it her policy to chart her own path By Katrina Brown Hunt In 2008, after Eileen McDonnell had stepped out of corporate life for three years to adopt her daughter and tend to her family, one might think she would have to...

American workplaces are often not set up to support religiously observant workers, particularly women. Here are some tips on how to create a more inclusive workplace for women of faith. By Liz Joslin For Hedieh Fakhriyazdi, faith comes up every day at the office. Working as a...

By Kimberly Olson Experts once believed that processed sugar wasn’t all that harmful. Its worst offenses seemed to be its “empty calories” and its contribution to tooth decay. Fast-forward to 2015, when the sweet stuff has become our latest food villain. It’s been called toxic, a...

This past October, Diversity Woman magazine presented its Stars Who Mean Business Peer Awards during a reception at the 2015 National Diversity Women’s Business Leadership Conference at the Disney Yacht & Beach Club Resort & Convention Center, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The awards recognize, celebrate, and...

Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP, is an exemplar of the organization’s new focus on redefining what it means to be age 50 or older in America today By Jackie Krentzman AARP chief executive officer Jo Ann Jenkins has no trouble owning her age. Born in 1958,...

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