Here's what's making headlines this week: Jessica Alba, Sheryl Sandberg, Malala Yousafzai and a few of their friends want you to know why it’s important for girls to learn how to code in this “Change the World-Hour of Code” video
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Here's what's making headines this week:
Here's what's making headlines this week:
On March 7 and 8, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center and United Nations Office for Partnerships hosted the 6th Annual International Women’s Day Forum. The event convened public and private sector leaders to explore inclusive solutions that create opportunities for women and girls around the world.
- The National Women's Business Councils’ recent Survey of Business Owners shows that female veterans are starting small businesses at an impressive rate.