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Successful Women in Business Lead by Example

There is something inspirational about hearing the stories, challenges and accomplishments of successful women in business. In this article I want to share a few tidbits from a variety of interviews that have inspired me. The first is from an interview with Ann Miura-Ko (@annimaniac) who is a co-founding partner at FLOODGATE where her investment interests […]

Celebrating the Entrepreneurial Spirit During National Small Business Week

This week, May 4-8, 2015 marks the 52nd year recognizing the importance of the small business owner in the United States. National Small Business Week is set aside to honor and acknowledge the value the small business is to job creation and economic growth across our country.  From the SBA site we learn: More than half […]

CAbi, A Great Example for Tech Companies Seeking Leadership Diversity

I cannot count the number of times this year I have read, “If we could only find more women to apply” or my favorite “If women were more ready to lead we would promote them” or “Where are all the women leaders?”   Tech companies or any corporation looking to keep or attract more women leaders […]

We Are Not There Yet

March 8th is International Woman’s Day. No Ceiling.org is the number one website offering statistics, information and action steps to help spread the world. Chelsea Clinton was interviewed on television on Live with Kelly and Michael and explained that the first step is to be informed. Here is a celebrity endorsed video that explains the […]

INDIVISION2000 Productions has partnered with Wonder Women Hacks

HACK has gotten a bad rap as a word. Hack has meant – breaking into – stealing – infection. Let’s erase that negative connection from your mind and replace it with the modern day collaboration definition. A HACK day is the time when people from around the global and across multiple discplines get together to […]

Giving Math New Life For Young Women

One of the key elements of careers in STEM is the last letter…M is for Math. From the beginning, math has been a staple in our education – remember the three Rs? Reading, “riting” and “Rithmatics?” Danica McKellar, from the hit sitcom The Wonder Years and more recently from Dancing with the Stars, finished her acting […]

Take Charge of Your Career

Have you wondered how some business women climb to the top while others flounder in the middle? Campbell’s CEO, Denise Morrison was recently interviewed and shared her tips and strategies, the first of which is to “take charge of your career.” Raised by a father who brought business to the dinner table, she and her […]

Elinor Otto, Oldest Working ‘Rosie the Riveter’

Elinor Otto made a guest appearance on Ellen. Elinor continues to work on the manufacturing line, wielding a riveter for a job that she has worked in since she was 21….72 years ago! Yes, Elinor is 93 years old – the oldest of the original Rosie the Riveter girls having started her job during WWII when […]

Lisa Michelle Umina A Purposeful Woman on a Mission

Recently I had the opportunity to interview Lisa Michelle Umina, published author, speaker and philanthropist. Lisa is an award-winning author of Milo and the Green Wagon and founder of Halo Publishing. She has always made giving to others a priority in her life which has led her down an untraveled yet rewarding path. Daily, Lisa empowers […]

Purposeful Woman Diana Nyad Achieves Her Goal

Yesterday 64 year old Diana Nyad successfully swam 111 miles from Cuba to Florida – in her FIFTH attempt she found great success!  “This was Nyad’s fifth try since 1978 — and she had a few strokes of luck: favorable currents and fewer of the poisonous jellyfish that helped doom an earlier attempt, according to […]