The founder of Babes in Business launched the networking group for women entrepreneurs after starting her first company demonstrated a need to improve networking opportunities for women like her.
Jennifer Chavez founded the networking group for women entrepreneurs out of the need to improve networking opportunities for women like her.
The awards will showcase tangible and innovative efforts by companies, law firms, nonprofits and other organizations to advance women in the workplace and community.
Executive Director Kimberly Iozzi is one of 20 winners nationwide in the candymaker's "Flipping The Status Quo" contest, recognizing trailblazing women who are making a positive impact.
The popular brand is unveiling limited edition packaging featuring its trio of female “spokescandies," in addition to committing to donate $1 from every special pack sold to support strategic partnerships with nonprofits.
The group delved into how companies can add more women into leadership roles, what can be done to retain them, how virtual work environments effect the progress of women in the workplace, confronting adversity and setting boundaries to keep a work-life balance.
Caroline Gadaleta is executive managing director/head of tri-state property for the real estate firm. She's also a "wife of one, mom of two, and mentor of many,” and an author, whose new book aims to help others find altruistic meaning in the work that they do.
The program was named for Arabella Babb Mansfield, the first female lawyer in the United States, admitted to the Iowa bar in 1869, at a time when women could not vote and had virtually no legal rights.
Caroline Fairchild will work closely with President and CEO Sandra Kenoff on the strategic direction of the organization in addition to overseeing all fundraising operations.
The Institute For Entrepreneurial Leadership received $100,000 from the Surdna Foundation to help launch the Women of Color Connecting Capital Access Accelerator Program.
The founder and CEO of marketing agency Strat House talks about what makes it different from its rivals, how she built the business during the pandemic and what it's like running her own shop in New Jersey.
As President and Chief Business Officer Alanna Cotton will be responsible for the chocolate maker's U.S., Canadian and Caribbean operations, including brands like Kinder, Butterfinger, Nutella and Tic Tac.