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  • 07 Apr 2014 9:28 AM | Anonymous
    BostInnoWe all crave words of wisdom from those who made it; those who climbed the top to become leaders in their industry. We want to know their secrets to success. How did they get to where they are? And do we have the potential to do the same? Read more »
  • 26 Mar 2014 3:02 PM | Anonymous
    BostInnoFacebook COO Sheryl Sandberg recently released a campaign urging us all to "Ban Bossy," luring in the likes of Beyonce and Jane Lynch to help spread the message. Ana Navarro, a political contributor at CNN and Republican strategist, had a different kind of message for attendees of The Ad Club's annual Women's Leadership Forum Wednesday, however: "Be bossy. Be very Goddamn bossy." Read more »
  • 25 Mar 2014 10:20 AM | Anonymous
    Tier One PartnersWhat do a Boston Marathon survivor, an American history scholar, a Russian immigrant, a Republican strategist and a junior at Harvard all have in common? Each of them are proud female leaders – and you can bet they have a story to tell. Fifteen brilliant, talented women spoke at the Ad Club’s 2014 Women’s Leadership Forum during an all-day event at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel on Wednesday, March 19th. Read more »
  • 24 Mar 2014 9:32 AM | Anonymous
    BostInnoUsually when presidents of global media groups, CMOs at top ad agencies, and executives at leading technology companies are gathered in one room, business dominates the agenda. But when hundreds of professionals gathered at the Westin Hotel on Wednesday, this wasn’t the case. It wasn’t an industry summit or career conference. It wasn’t a company off-site or executive presentation. Read more »
  • 24 Mar 2014 8:37 AM | Anonymous
    BostInnoIn two days, Boston’s best and brightest will convene on our city’s waterfront to have a conversation. It’s a crucial conversation, and, while some might claim otherwise, it’s a conversation we need to have. Read more »
  • 17 Mar 2014 2:35 PM | Anonymous
    BostInnoIt's "The End of Men" they cheered in 2010 — the same year women were still earning 77 cents to every dollar men made. Despite how far females have come, women occupy only 4.6 percent of Fortune 500 CEO positions. What's more, a majority of female entrepreneurs are paying themselves less than their male counterparts. Read more »
  • 17 Mar 2014 2:28 PM | Anonymous
    WBURIt is more than X’s and Y’s. With women making history and making new rules, nothing is impossible. So, why are we still talking about this? As you listen to the extraordinary voices of this remarkable group of women from all generations and walks of life, you’ll be inspired and informed by women who have made possible happen. They are the change agents, the next generation of leaders and the visionaries who are redefining what it means to be a successful woman. Read more »
  • 17 Mar 2014 2:27 PM | Anonymous
    BostInnoGood thing it’s St. Patrick’s Day, because you’re going to need a little luck of the Irish to keep up with all of these events, conferences and meetups this week. Fight through that hangover and get ready for the next five, jam-packed days – and, if you’re one of these three companies throwing a Paddy’s party, another few servings of green beer and snacks, too. Read more »
  • 11 Mar 2014 11:48 AM | Anonymous
    BostInnoWe have long, as a nation, heard about – and worked to reconcile – the achievement gap in education. We have typically described this as a racial achievement gap between the accomplishments of white students and their peers of color. This gap persists, but we have made progress in the battle to erase it. Today, this gap stands at half the size it was 50 years ago. However, there is an equally pernicious gap that has emerged over this same time frame: The achievement gap defined along economic lines. Today, this gap between students in the top and lowest quartile of family income is two times as large as it was in 1970. At Citizen Schools, we believe that the key driver behind this achievement divide is another gap – a gap in opportunity. Read more »
  • 10 Mar 2014 11:10 AM | Anonymous
    BostInno“I don’t deny that there are some challenges [to being a woman entrepreneur], but I actually think we as women should talk about how it’s an advantage,” Co-founder and CEO of Happier Nataly Kogan told BostInno. Read more »
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