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Even Apple Gaming Apps Reveal Tech is Still a Boy’s World

One 12-year-old girl, writing in an op-ed for the Washington Post, shows how bias against women in the tech sector is even showing…
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Uber Can’t Buy Me Love

Uber takes the robber-baron approach to reputation, but trying to fix bad rep with a charitable donation is so 19th century.
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Access to Mobile Phones Opens Opportunities for Women in Burma

In Burma, one telecommunications company, Ooredoo, has partnered with various organizations to empower women by expanding access to mobile phones.
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Female Survivors Take Their Goods To The Market

TO THE MARKET is a marketplace offering goods made by survivors of conflict, abuse, and disease. TTM spotlights their stories to show the…
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More Than a Trend: Why We Must Focus on Women and Girls

Today, with so many initiatives focused on women and girls, the conversations around the importance of gender dynamics may feel trendy. I agree.…
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Women Still Chasing the Elusive American Dream

Women are more socially conscious entrepreneurs and also more often dismissed by venture capitalists. But there is a way around the VC gatekeepers.
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Video: The World’s First Accelerator Dedicated to Lifting Girls Out of Poverty

The Girl Effect Accelerator represents the first program of its kind: an international accelerator dedicated exclusively to scaling up ventures that are positioned…
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Aligning the Head, Heart and Wallet: How Millennials and Women Drive Impact Investment

Future 500's Shilpi Chhotray explains how millenials and women are driving global impact investment.
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SXSW Eco Interview: Sara Batterby on Women in Venture Capital

Sara Batterby is a partner at Elemeno Ventures, an angel investing firm based in Silicon Valley. I had the opportunity to talk to…
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Millennials and the Growth of Sustainable Investing

Barbara Krumsiek, CEO of Calvert Investments, talks about everything from reinventing socially responsible investment to engaging millennials.
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‘More Than Me Academy’ Educates and Protects Vulnerable Girls in Liberia

More Than Me (MTM) Academy is a girls school in Monrovia, Liberia founded in September 2013. MTM enrolls 125 girls from a slum…
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PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi Weighs In on Work/Life Balance

Recently PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi gave some frank answers to questions about work/life balance that coincide more with Anne-Marie Slaughter than Sheryl Sandberg.…
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Fortune: Female-Led Businesses Beat the Stock Market, But Their Numbers Remain Low

Companies with female CEOs and/or women on their boards on average consistently outperform companies without women in the c-suite, yet the number of…
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Walmart Highlights Products From Women-Owned Businesses

In the fall, Walmart will feature products with a new logo that ensures they are made by certified, women-owned businesses.
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Women in CSR: Leah Seligmann, NRG Energy

Leah Seligmann, Director of Sustainability, NRG Energy, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.