Consider that there is no longer any reason that women should have any different pay or opportunity than men anymore, and that the availability of tech jobs is skyrocketing, and suddenly you’ll see where the chance for breaking through for women in tech industries is going to be soon.
On April 15th in London, Deutsche Bank launched its fourth ATLAS program, their global leadership development initiative for female managing directors.
BPW Foundation and NCWIT Help Women Veterans and Military Spouses Access Careers in Information Technology WASHINGTON – Today, Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Foundation and the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) announced a partnership to bring IT career opportunities and resources to women veterans and military spouses. The partnership is part of […]
With many women still struggling to find a role in male-dominated boardrooms, a growing number are branching out and setting up their own companies. In the US alone, women-owned enterprises are starting up at a rate of around 550 a day, and this trend is being mirrored across the globe, with figures from the Enterprise […]
Foundations Launch Financial Literacy Support Program for Women Veterans and Military Spouses During Financial Literacy Month ( Washington, DC ) – Alliant Credit Union Foundation and Business and Professional Women’s Foundation are partnering to provide free financial education, counseling, and tools for the rapidly growing community of women veterans and military/veteran spouses served by Joining Forces […]