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Ever wonder why ships are called “she”?* Perhaps the answer can be found at Celebrity Cruises, the trailblazer in bringing on females to helm its cruise ships. by Jackie Krentzman When Celebrity Cruises’ Captain Kate McCue was 12 years old, her parents took her and her brother...

Each year, more and more Black women are making historical gains in Corporate America. To celebrate these remarkable women, and to encourage those who will make our future lists, Diversity Woman presents its Class of 2022 Elite 100 list of Black women leaders. Since our inaugural Elite 100...

WONDER WOMEN: Talented, empowered, and headed for the corner office In the coming years, corner offices and boardrooms might look quite different than they ever have before. Across the country, women in every industry—from finance to law, from tech to retail—are powering forward in their careers,...

The data and anecdotal stories on women of color in technology can be depressing. But many success stories prove a woman can break through. From the #MeToo movement to Black Lives Matter, the technology industry has had to take a cold, hard look at its lack...

Very few women run billion-dollar global companies. Revathi Advaithi’s remarkable rise from the shop floor to CEO of a billion-dollar manufacturing company has been fueled by determination, a gift for connecting with people, and, most of all, the willingness to take risks Very few women run billion-dollar...

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