Our pilot is an official selection to the 2019 Women’s International Film Festival. Join us for a screening and panel discussion ~ Tuesday, April 16, at 7 pm at the KW Tech Center.
The gender pay gap is slowly closing, according to a new report by Glassdoor Economic Research. Women 2.0 spoke with Glassdoor and two experts – Linda Burtch – founder and managing director at Burtch Works and Lisa Kaess, economist and founder of Feminomics, to put the findings in perspective.
Honored and humbled to deliver the keynote for the launch of Utica NY’s EmpowHER Network! Energy and transformation was in the air. Thanks to Mohawk Valley SBDC, MVCC ThINCubator, sponsors, and supporting organizations.
The spring equinox occurs when “the length of day and night is nearly equal – but not quite”. What an apt metaphor. Our Women’s History Month newsletter explores the state of play for working women, with new global research, game-changing lawsuits, groundbreaking artists & more.
There may be no free lunch, but how about breakfast? Come hear Lisa Kaess as part of a panel discussion organized by the Women’s Business Council of the Rockland Business Association. More here
Join us for a screening of our web pilot Home: Transitions & Transformations featuring stories and wisdom from female small business owners who focus on the home front. Followed by Q&A and featuring local businesswomen and experts.
Our year-end newsletter explores power – in terms of energy, momentum, and influence. How the Midterm elections are powering women to greater influence in Washington DC and state capitals, powerful forces impacting the economy and markets, and you.
Coming soon! We’ve been working on a new model for a web-based show with a half-hour format. Home: Transitions & Transformations, features segments with four female-owned businesses that focus on the home front. CLICK FOR TRAILER
Hurricane season peaks from August through October – both in the weather and financial markets. We see ghosts of 1987, 1997-8, and 2000 and parallels to markets today. Plus how #MeToo flexes its money muscles. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
It was an honor to participate in a panel on Smart Safe Cities, addressing Diversity, Minority & Other Challenges, as part of the Cityforum symposium, Securing the Open Society of 2030. It was held June 19-21st as part of the IFSEC 2018 convention at the ExCel Convention Center in London, UK.