Much of the latest data on women rising to the C-suite in tech companies is less than upbeat. For example, a recent study by the Silicon Valley Bank reported that 57 percent of US tech start-ups have no women in executive positions and 71 percent...

The women who bear the brunt of explicit bias tend to be lower-wage workers The theme of this year’s Diversity Woman conference, “100 Years Is Too Long For Gender Equality,” expresses the impatience that many of us feel regarding the slow path toward achieving gender equality...

Photography by Fred Brown / FBP Studio “As a leader, what are you doing to champion diversity and inclusion at Hyatt?” From left to right: Amy Weinberg SVP, World of Hyatt & Consumer Insights Hiring more female executives helps to recruit more women, but having policies and support...

Millennials are carving out their own path in the fight for gender equality. By Kendra Elaine Every generation fought for equality in its own way, and millennials are no different. Shenetha, a baby boomer, watched her mother work for the St. Louis City water division for over...

by Katherine Giscombe,PhD Feeling exhausted all the time? Can’t sleep? Stressed out? Most people would probably say “yes” to all of the above. But does race have anything to do with it? Could the fact that you are a person of color somehow impact you differently?...

Although Corporate America has spent years implementing diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs, black and Latino women still remain underrepresented at mid- and senior-level positions. According to recent data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, black women are 7.6 percent of the private sector workforce, but...

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