Dear Fans of Hillary, Not Interested. Dear Hillary, and Fans, I'm not interested. In your complaints about why you lost the election. In your book. In what happened that caused you to not be our 1st woman president. This will likely lose me fans and attract spammers, vociferous fans of... Read more →

DianaR Diana Robinson tells people, "We are all a work in progress." It's almost a cliche, but one that sticks around and gets repeated on a regular basis. The reality of this one sentence is often lost on so many of us, because of its implications. I think. How many... Read more →

From The Editor's Desk The Sage Braid is a project being undertaken by Global Friendship, a Brooklyn-based non-profit that empowers women around the world living on under $10 a day, helping them break the cycle of poverty. We work to improve the standard of living in developing communities. We create... Read more →

From the Editor's Desk Visa Survey Shows Americans Who Eat Lunch Out Spend $936 Per Year: Men outspend women on a weekly basis by 44% A survey by Visa shows that Americans go out to eat for lunch, an average of nearly twice a week and spend $10 per outing.... Read more →

From the Editor's Desk Free Art Classes, Storytelling, Literature and Puppetry for Children Undergoing Medical Treatment Drawing on its 30-year legacy of leadership in community outreach, ArtCenter/South Florida announces Creative Care, its newest program to help children and families (in partnership with The Center for Literature and Theater at Miami... Read more →

From the Editor's Desk: WASHINGTON, D.C. — Gloria Steinem, co-founder of the Women’s Media Center, was named recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom — the nation’s highest civilian honor. The White House statement noted Steinem is: “a leader in the women’s liberation movement, co-founded Ms. magazine, and helped launch... Read more →

From The Editor's Desk: If you're a runner and you love to run for both your health and a cause, consider this! Only 10 Coveted Spots Available in Distance-Running Relay Adventure to Benefit Multiple Sclerosis The estimated 70,000 individuals who are distance runners or athletes involved with the MS cause,... Read more →

From The Editor's Desk. This came to us recently and we wanted to share it with the entrepreneurs that read our posts. Valpak, a leader in print and digital coupons, is searching for North America’s favorite small business to win its Dough to Grow Award, a contest for small businesses... Read more →

Twitter Feeds Business Women Should Be Following

From The Editor's Desk: This came across our desks and we just had to share. If you're a woman in business, these influential women who tweet should be on your to-be-followed list. Twitter is a great place to get connected with influential people all over the world, but it’s especially... Read more →

From the Editor's Desk: This came across our desks and we just had to pass it along. Enjoy! March is Women’s History Month and what better way for a car insurance company to celebrate than by honoring some significant women in automotive history? Esurance did a little digging and revealed... Read more →