by Katrina Brown-Hunt When Nicole Dye-Anderson was just out of college, she worked on the reelection campaign of then Senator Joe Biden. For the Delaware native—“I’m Delaware born, Delaware bred, and, when I die, Delaware dead,” she quips—it was a big honor. “I grew up with...

Minority women are making gains, but there is much room to grow Women of color are making strides when it comes to board representation—but it’s not time to celebrate yet. A study by Deloitte and the Alliance for Board Diversity looked at changes in board diversity for...

15 smart ways to educate your kids to manage money By Tanisha A. Sykes During the holiday season, Jackie Taylor, an HR exec at Ernst & Young and a single mother living in central New Jersey, packs up her five kids, ages 7 to 14, and heads...

While some celebrities simply lend their names to their businesses, Reese Witherspoon sold her dream of a successful clothing line not only to customers but to investors as well. The Big Little Lies actress and executive producer founded Draper James in 2015 as a way to pay...

The start-up veteran made life easier for moms when she launched a company while taking time off to be with her children By Katrina Brown Hunt In 2011, Lynn Perkins took a break from the tech world to spend quality time with her small kids. In doing...

How African American women can thrive and succeed in today’s workplace Katherine Giscombe, PhD When my research team and I at Catalyst investigated African American women in corporate environments in the mid-2000s, we noted the phenomenon of their “outsider-within” status. By remaining conscious that they were outsiders...

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