We’ve already recognized that gender diversity at the workplace can’t be undervaluated. Now it’s the turn for neurodiversity. In the article we’ll figure out, why it is so important.
When you launch a political party or movement, you need to think over the efficient promotion strategies for it. Here are 10 gradual steps how to make this promotion successful and clearly recognizable.
«Bias is a beast that can take a bite out of anyone», especially when it comes to a race discrimination of the most rapidly expanding community in the U.S. Below you'll find 10 Asian Americans organizations, founded to fight the exsisting bias.
Known as Women Tech Evangelist, Denise Branch is now working at ‘Support Women Startups’ nonprofit, aimed to increase the percentage of women tech innovators. She sees her mission to grow up next superwomen, such as Meg Whitman, Ursula Burns, Oprah or Sara Blakely.
Lisa Mae Brunson, the Founder and Director of 'Wonder Women Tech', is committed to impacting humanity on a global scale. She is creating a shift in diversity and inclusion of women in STEAM and innovation fields, considered to be mainly occupied by men.
Audrey Bellis, the founder of ‘Worthy Women’, the podcast #BrownGirlsRising and ‘StartUp DTLA’ strongly believes in the necessity of building up a female community, beyond sex and color prejudice. For this reason, she is making world-wide population share her opinion on this issue.
In the world, where mainly men are supposed to work in politics, a successful female politician is more a vapor, than a reality. However, these 15 inspiring millennial women managed to make their dreams of becoming accomplished politicians true.
Katja Iversen is an internationally recognized expert on development and communications, specialized in women’s health issues. Her beliefs in women power made her join a global advocacy organization ‘Women Deliver’, which states that «when the world invests in girls and women, everybody wins».
An experienced entrepreneur and sustainability specialist Tia Kansara made her career while working with ‘Bloomberg’, European Commission, MIT and many more. In 2014 she decided to change her focus to building a community of young people living on the age – consequently she is chairing ‘Thousand...