Meet the Female Leaders Who Do Business With A Big Side of Philanthropy

December 2, 2015

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Melinda Gates, former Microsoft manager turned Philanthropist. (Photo Credit: Michael Prince, Forbes)

Here's what's making headines this week:

  • Learn how Melinda Gates, former Microsoft manager turned Philanthropist, became the world’s most powerful advocate for women and girls.
  • Meet the female leaders who do business with a big side of philanthropy, here.

  • Find out how founder and CEO, Kegan Schouwenburg, thrives in the Big Apple, here

  • Which colleges have produced the most female entrepreneurs and which cities in the U.S. have the best environments for startups? Find out here.

  • Women’s entrepreneurship is picking up rapid momentum around the world; learn more here

  • Explore 7 Lessons from Facebook, Pinterest, and Google on building diverse teams here