The NCAA is putting a full-court press on increasing diversity and inclusion in college athletics Over the past 50 years or so, collegiate sports have been considered one of the most inclusionary elements of American society. College athletics became universally integrated by race in the 1960s,...

Workplaces these days are more open than they used to be, which gives women many more options for dressing professionally—and with flair. That said, unless you are Mark Zuckerberg, there are still rules, if unwritten. 
These head-to-toe guidelines from expert Eunice Liriano can help you...

Dear DW, Do you have any tips for working with a younger boss? Signed, Confused Baby Boomer Dear Confused Baby Boomer, That’s a question lots of people are asking! It’s not just baby boomers working for Millennials—the older you get, the more likely it is that you’ll...

Do you have goals you’ve thought about for years but don’t seem 
to be getting any closer to? These tips, based on research by psychology professor Gail Matthews of Dominican University of California, may help. 1. Write your goals down. Getting the goals out of your...

Her roots in Nova Scotia’s harsh Cape Breton Island have shaped Deborah Gillis into the ideal leader for one of the world’s chief nonprofits focused on equality for women in the workplace by Jackie Krentzman ‘‘Sorry, do you hear the lawn mower in the background?” Deborah Gillis, the...

Written by Katherine Griffin 5 Minutes with Tujuanna Williams Tujuanna Williams grew up watching her mother, owner of four Nashville beauty salons, advise women who wanted to start businesses. Today Williams, who has spent much of her career as a diversity leader for major companies, is vice...

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