If you love to travel, you’ll love to read about the career of Jenny Buccos. The founder of ProjectExplorer.org, she’s traveled to 50 countries and directed more than 400 short films, which she shares with students to help build global awareness.
Millenials have been oft-criticized as being lazy, entitled, and unprepared for the workforce, but Elisabeth Kelan thinks critics have been dismissing the generation too soon. We sat down with Kelan and got her take on what sets members of Gen Y apart.
We sat down with Kathy Calvin, CEO of the UN Foundation, to learn about her amazing career, the evolution of the philanthropy field, and a few ways that even the busiest career women can give back.
Ever wondered what really goes on inside the White House? We sat down with Jodi Kantor, author of The Obamas, to get a surprisingly honest inside look at the First Couple—and some of the career lessons we can learn from them.
For Stephanie Goodell of the Dell Women’s Entrepreneurship Network, networking is more than a way to make connections—it’s a way to empower women from all across the world. We got her expert advice on how entrepreneurs can make the most of networking.
Ingrid Vanderveldt is one of the most successful serial entrepreneurs in the world. And now, as the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Dell, she’s sharing her valuable advice and empowering women to create companies of their own.
As founder and hostess of NY’s Midnight Brunch supper club, Emily Cavalier has what most people would consider to be a dream job. We caught up with her on her choice to quit her steady paycheck to follow her dreams and the realities of being her own boss.