It takes more to level the playing field.

“Denmark is frequently listed as having some of the best parental leave policies in the world: new parents get 52 weeks of leave (with at least partial pay) that they can share. The mother is guaranteed 18 weeks of this at full pay, fathers get two weeks, and parents can decide how to split the […]

A handful of female chief executives say contrary to the portrayal of working moms in pop culture, motherhood helped them become better leaders.

“Motherhood “made me way more ambitious,” said Lacy, who writes about her experiences in her book “A Uterus is a Feature, Not a Bug: The Working Woman’s Guide to Overthrowing the Patriarchy.” In the book, which is part memoir, part analysis of the myth that you can’t be a good mother and a good professional, […]

We’ve previously met CEOs, founders and thought leaders from the likes of Uber, Tinder and IBM, finding out how these smart people get so much done. A busy woman, with big ideas, Forbes asks Clare Gilmartin, CEO Of Trainline how she gets it all done.

“Study at least one STEM (science, technology, engineering, maths) subject at school—too many girls (especially) drop maths at too young an age in Europe. I am very focused on getting more women into technology as we already have a huge skills gap and it is only growing.”Read this article: How To Boss It Like: Clare […]

States were ranked based on childcare cost and quality, the number of professional opportunities and size of the gender wage gap, and work-life balance.

“Working women balancing children and careers face a mountain of challenges: the wage gap, the astronomical cost of childcare, shouldering the lion’s share of unpaid work (even when they earn more money than their partners).”Read this article: This interactive map shows which states are best for working mothers

Rhea Suh, president of the NRDC, juggles a big job and raising a daughter.

“Get rid of false expectations that people have of you, and you have for yourself. I think we all still think it’s supposed to all magically come together: we’re supposed to be successful in our careers, while simultaneously making a 3-D decorated cake for our children’s birthdays, while working out and feeling attractive and being […]

As a woman, mother, and agency CEO in this business for thirty years, it would be reasonable to assume I know what women want — that I’m keenly attuned to the needs of our agency’s female talent, potential employees, and those of the female consumer, right?

“As a woman, mother, and agency CEO in this business for thirty years, it would be reasonable to assume I know what women want — that I’m keenly attuned to the needs of our agency’s female talent, potential employees, and those of the female consumer, right?”Read this article: Karen Kaplan: What women want (not the […]

Rebecca Chibnall, MD

Assistant Professor of Dermatology

Dr. Rebecca Chibnall is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Washington University School of Medicine. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and earned her medical degree at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California with highest honors. She was named the top performing clinical medical student in her class. […]

Asha Saxena

CEO at ACULYST, Health Tech Entrepreneur, Adjunct Professor, Big Data Evangelist

Asha Saxena is a strategic, innovative leader with a proven track record of building successful businesses, a strong academic background, creative problem-solving skills, and an effective management style to communicate a clear vision and define specific goals to meet organization targets while sustaining revenue/profits. Asha has been instrumental in building business models for success. She […]