This May, articles covered topics as varied as female representation on panels, lessons learned from crises, and biased data. However, each article emphasized the ability for change and progress, even in the face of challenges.
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This April, we saw a lot of articles about money. We read about how women’s rights generate more money for everyone, how women can and can’t make more money, and even which women should be on the face of our cash. These are are the top five articles worth reading from this past month.
As millennials, making the shift between college and the workplace can be challenging, and learning more about steps for success can help make the transition easier. Begin your journey of lifelong learning with these books about the workplace.
This March, we read a few articles about how women are making progress in the public sector, particularly in business and technology fields. However, other articles suggest that we still need to explain gender disparity in more real terms, before we can ever truly fight it.
Read some of these great books about state and local government!
This February, I came across more than a few news articles and studies that impressed how much more work we have to do in the feminist fight. Here are the top five worth reading.
Read the top articles about women in government for January 2016, compiled by GovFem.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are turning and all you want to do is curl up with a nice hot drink and a good book. But what should millennials read this fall? This list comprises a mix ranging from career advice to some inspirational memoirs and fun reads that can help allRead… Read more »
Hey Everyone – Here is a mixed bag of things in my brain right now … Food for thought … Here is a quick list of articles that I’ve read recently that I found interesting: Digital Storytelling and the Rise of the Layered Narrative Hard and Soft Power in Enterprise 2.0 I Can’t Think! LeadingRead… Read more »