Press Coverage

Turning Up the Volume On Women's Voices
By Alexis Schroeder l March 3, 2011

Where are the women? In business, technology and media, among other fields, this is the big question we seem to be asking ourselves again and again as a society. It's the headline of more than a few articles and columns. Despite an appreciation for women's unique skills and strengths - let alone our right to sit at the decision-making table -women aren't showing up in positions of power as much as we'd hope. Take politics: with women holding 17 of 100 seats in the Senate and 72 of 435 seats in the House, women make up just 16.6 percent of the 112th U.S. Congress. In 2011, how can this be true?


Define Gender Gap? Look Up Wikipedia’s Contributor List
By Noam Cohen | January 31, 2011

In 10 short years, Wikipedia has accomplished some remarkable goals. More than 3.5 million articles in English? Done. More than 250 languages? Sure.


Your Own Kind of Moneyball: The Metrics that Measure You
By Whitney Johnson | November 8, 2010

If you can measure what you do best, you'll get paid what you're worth. Some people's strengths are easily quantified: production managers manufacture inventory on time and under budget, salespeople achieve their sales targets, CEOs deliver a growing top and bottom line — or they don't.


Leadership's Next Frontier: Changing How We Use Our Words and Bodies
By Sharon Meers | August 27, 2010

"...Sitting in an OpEd Project seminar, I saw women who are tenured professors, leaders in business, medicine and law reveal an extreme inability to utter a simple sentence: "I am an expert in X because Y" as in "I am an expert in cloning because I invented some of the first successful techniques." "It's so male to do that!" a highly accomplished woman said. "It sounds like you are putting yourself forward."

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