Walmart Board of Directors Adds Square, Inc. CFO Sarah Friar
Walmart Inc. announced that its board...
Director Jade Jenise Dixon Defies the Odds of a Female Filmmaker
Parker Street Productions’ award-winning Writer/ Director, Jade...
Women’s Entrepreneurial Activity Up 10 Percent, Closing the Gender Gap by 5 Percent Since 2014
Latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Women’s...
Michelle Obama revealed as Keynote Speaker at BOLD 2018, the MINDBODY Conference
MINDBODY, the leading technology platform for fitness, beauty and wellness services, announced that former First Lady, Michelle Obama, will join MINDBODY’s CEO and co-founder, Rick Stollmeyer, for a fireside chat during the company’s annual BOLD conference. This premier event for fitness, beauty and wellness business owners... Read more
Goop Debuts G. Sport Sessions In Partnership With Westin Hotels & Resorts
Westin Hotels & Resorts, the known leader in wellness and hospitality for more than a decade, together with goop, the modern lifestyle brand, today announced a collaboration to premiere a curated fitness program at select Westin hotels this summer. G. Sport Sessions will offer local residents,... Read more
ClassPass Announces Aggressive Global Expansion Plans, Brings on VP of International
ClassPass, the leading fitness membership, announced it will be expanding its global presence by launching in nine new countries by the end of 2018. The company’s immediate focus includes widening its existing network in the UK and launching three new countries in Asia. ClassPass has hired... Read more
Women Help Women Reach for More In Life
‘Having it all’ is a concept that women have been discussing and aspiring to attain for nearly 40 years. Still, the conversation continues because no one has determined what having “it all” actually means. After decades of debate, women today are reshaping the definition. And female... Read more
Black Women are 40% More Likely to Die from Breast Cancer than White Women; Susan G. Komen® & the Ad Council Launch Empowering ‘Know Your Girls™’ Campaign
Black women in the U.S. are 40 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women1, and a recent study found that while 92 percent of black women agree breast health is important, only 25 percent of women have recently discussed breast health with... Read more
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