With participation in women’s sports at an all-time high and the changing social and political climate, corporate sponsors have taken notice and are investing in the success of the athletes and themselves.Read More
The acceptance of women’s sports has created a huge opportunity for female athletes to have a very public voice and bring attention to issues like equity, diversity, and inclusion.Read More
Working toward salary equity requires more than just workplace policies. It requires an acknowledgment of the issue, a change in processes, and a unified effort to fix it.Read More
Workplace diversity, or a lack thereof, is an issue that many companies struggle with. Women in technical or leadership roles, in particular, are far outnumbered by their male counterparts in most companies. Solving this issue requires employers to make a major shift in how they recruit, hire, support, and promote women.
Many highly successful women battle with self-doubt. They secretly think that their success is due to luck, that they’re not qualified for the positions they hold, or that they’re failing at their job. These beliefs are unfounded and inaccurate and are symptoms of imposter syndrome.