Today’s world is a digital world, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. In fact, the world is only going to become more interconnected, with the global economy heavily dependent on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and the Executive Director of UN Women, is a longstanding defender of women’s rights.
In developing and emerging economies, access to economic opportunities can give women greater control over their lives, helping them move themselves and their families out of the base of the pyramid and toward more stable lives.
Servicing the United States from two vastly diverse sectors, Walmart and The Red Cross have teamed up to provide training for women from low socioeconomic backgr
To help women—who comprise a startling 70 percent of the 1.3 billion people living in poverty around the world—lead stable, successful lives is everybody’s business.
What do women need to gain skills to be economically empowered? This was the first question asked at the breakout session on Developing Skills, Financial Literacy, and Support for Women Entrepreneurs which was moderated by Kara Valikai from the U.S.
On August 6 and 7 I will be in Las Vegas attending the Women’s Leadership Conference hosted by the MGM Resorts Foundation and the Women’s Food Service Forum.
In the next five years, 12 million women business owners around the world plan to grow their businesses by at least six employees.