America’s young entrepreneurs are aggressively building a new generation of businesses, products and services
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation works to promote and empower women business leaders to achieve their personal and professional goals by increasing opportunities for women to serve on corporate boards and in the C-suite; mentoring women at all stages of their careers; and building a network for women entrepreneurs to encourage peer-to-peer networking, education, and professional growth.
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How one woman inspired generations of explorers, scientist, and dreamers
The Summit will bring together governors and thought leaders from across the country to discuss the state of our nation’s job market, outline policies that are needed to generate jobs and accelerate economic growth, and highlight what policies are working in each participating governor’s state.
The Honorable Barbara Hackman Franklin is the central figure in a book entitled, “A Matter of Simple Justice: The Untold Story of Barbara Hackman Franklin and A Few Good Women” by Lee Stout. The book sheds light on the Nixon Administration’s work to expand the role of women and the enduring impact in the American workplace.
The topic of women in the workplace is certainly not a new subject for discussion, but how we look at their role and impact is most certainly changing. History has accurately recorded the foundation that women bring to our families and communities, but what about in business?
Women in business are taking on more leadership positions throughout America’s free enterprise system. Their talent and leadership are critical to our economy’s success and the development of a 21st century workforce. In partnership with Georgetown University's Dr. Catherine Tinsley, the U.S.
How Do You Do It? Nearly everywhere I go, I am asked that same question…