April 13, 2018 RSS feed / News

What Women Really Think of Their Shifting Status in Higher Education

It was fitting that when I started writing this article, I was reading Dorothy Sayers’ “Gaudy Night,” a mystery set in a women’s college at Oxford in the 1930s. More...

Constructing Success

One woman’s story in the construction and remodeling industry

Ahead of the Right Here. Right Now. More...

Centre County Woman Turns Her Nightmare into a Community’s Salvation

The founder of the Jana Marie Foundation talks social entrepreneurship

Life has a way of taking us on unexpected journeys and leading us down paths that we never imagined. At times, these experiences are joyous and remind us what a beautiful world we live in. More...

Sparking a Fire for Giving

New State College non-profit shares story of organic growth

Sometimes, unexpected blessings arise when you least expect it. Because of a chance meeting on a flight home on Aug. 1, 2007, thousands of folks have been helped by volunteers dedicated to serving. More...

HOW WOMEN ARE CHANGING THE WORLD

For young and ambitious females entering today’s workforce, the outlook is bright. More...

Decoding the Gender Pay Gap and Landing a Raise

“Women get promoted based on performance. Men get promoted based off potential,” Elizabeth Soroka states. More...

Female Professionals Driving Placemaking

Young women are forcing a shift in the paradigm of place via employment

Female professionals are driving Placemaking, the reinvention and reinvigoration of public spaces.  Katherine Loflin is the foremost authority of the placemaking movement. More...

Women in Business: We Asked, You Answered

Women in the workplace are breaking the mold (and the glass ceiling), but success comes with its challenges and sacrifices. We asked you what you felt were the biggest issues facing women in the workplace today, and you had a lot to say. More...

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