Ron Fournier writes, "In 2012, Democratic activist Gina Glantz attended a political panel at Harvard, a post-mortem of the just-completed presidential campaign. The moderator and panelists were all men. 'It just sent me over the edge,' she said. To Glantz, 73, the lack of diversity was unforgivable
Monika Gonzalez Mesa writes, "A pledge that aims to increase the number of women in international arbitration has gained the support of hundreds of people and organizations worldwide, but the response from attorneys in South Florida and Latin America has been less enthusiastic.
Valentina Zarya writes, "If you based your impressions of women solely on advertising, you’d think that all we do is eat chocolate, cook dinner for our husbands, and frolick in fields eating yogurt. While that might seem like an exaggeration, it’s not: Just 3% of global advertisements feature women
Iris Wiener writes, "The power of theatre lies in its ability to start a conversation. The 2015-2016 Broadway season brought a proliferation of work that challenges audiences to consider the issue of sexual violence against women through varying lenses of multiple playwrights and artists. From the
Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant write, "At the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, the Norwegian cross-country skier Therese Johaug was vying for her first individual gold medal. Fresh off a world championship in the 10-kilometer race, she was now competing in the 30-kilometer. More than a grueling hour later