From the Editor
April 30, 2019
How can we ensure we're talking about women empowerment through the mission of empowerment for all? This letter talks about rejecting the notion of disempowerment through the advancement of women as well as talking productively about the topic through the lens of global equality, progress, and sustainable development.
March 29, 2019
Are women more well-equipped than men when dealing with issues relating to emotional disconnect when it comes to relationships, projects, family, and work? Does emotional intelligence have anything to do with the way we perceive our identity and the goals we have for ourselves?
February 28, 2019
Being comfortable with putting yourself out there is never a bad strategy in achieving something that might be against what others advise you to do. Setting yourself as the example allows you to not only speak for yourself and take actions based on your own ambition, but also serve as an inspiration for new generations of women.
January 31, 2019
Women crave spaces where they feel welcome and supported. More often than not, these spaces are hard to come by. However, when we do find a community of people we relate to, we create a strong network of powerful and supportive individuals.
December 31, 2018
This month's Letter From the Editor reflects on 2018 where women demanded accountability through more diversity representation, consequences regarding sexual harassment and misconduct, and equal opportunity and advancement.
November 30, 2018
In November, women were unstoppable and powerful not only in their feats to climb up the ranks but also in their pursuit of spurring innovation, building community, and fostering open discussion. We saw women pushing boundaries both individually and collaboratively, leading change for a new year to come.
October 28, 2018
Speak your mind, speak your truth, and speak your wisdom. You'll see that setting an example will not only give yourself the upper hand, but also motivate others to raise theirs. Look to women who have confronted people with immense power, from chief executives to supreme court nominees, and know that these women are standing up for you in the background.