[Q&A] Rachel Switall: Make Your Mark

Rachel Switall is a graphic artist by profession, but being a gatherer of children’s dreams is her true calling. She is publisher, editor, art director, advertising director and marketing director for StudentsX...

More Women Have Advanced Degrees and Families

Highly educated women’s lives have changed significantly in the past two decades, according to a new study from Pew Research Center reported in the New York Times. Specifically, it finds that more women with po...

Is Business School A Waste for Women?

Women shouldn’t waste any of their prime earning years on business school, Laura Hemphill argues on The New Yorker’s Currency blog. An M.B.A. isn’t required, like law or medical degrees, she writes. Second, “it...

GlassCeiling.com Event: Three Views of Success

Three accomplished women offered real-world advice on what it takes to succeed in business during a May 15, 2013, program presented by GlassCeiling.com and Women’s Leadership & Mentoring Alliance (WLMA). Gl...

10Q w/ Jaclyn Welstein

1. Name: Jaclyn Welstein 2. Current job/past jobs: Currently: Counselor at a Chicago high school. Formerly: Senior Media Strategist at Starcom (worked on Kellogg's & BlackBerry accounts) 3. Last school at...

Helping Women Get Technical

The question looms large: why aren’t more women entering the fields of science and technology? And how can we lure them there? While theories abound the fact is our culture has yet to find a way to not only int...

Sheryl Skaggs: Researching Women in the Boardroom

Sheryl Skaggs is associate professor of sociology and public policy at the University of Texas at Dallas. She has done extensive research in the area of workplace inequality, including gender and racial/ethnic ...