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Throughout History, Women Have Forged a New Type of Leadership

Today, for the first time in history, four women lead the House and Senate Appropriations Committees—one of the most powerful committees on the Hill. Sens. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) are the chairperson and…


7 Strategies for Building Strong Female Leaders

Companies with a higher percentage of women in leadership positions tend to perform better financially due to their risk-averse and sustainability-focused approach. However, women still face barriers in reaching leadership positions and strategies such as building strong networks, upskilling, breaking stereotypes, and building trust can help unlock their full potential.


Nikki Haley’s Résumé Is Perfect. It Might Not Matter.

Last month, I listened to my former colleagues on Slate’s “Political Gabfest” podcast discuss Nikki Haley after she declared her run for president. John Dickerson, also of CBS News, explained that in a pre-Donald Trump…

News, Reduce Polarization

Matthew Levendusky’s ‘Our Common Bonds’

A new book by Levendusky, a political science professor in the School of Arts & Sciences shows that, although there is no simple solution that will eradicate partisan animosity, there are concrete interventions that can reduce it.


It Starts With Her, Macy’s campaign for Women’s History Month

Through its continued partnership with Girls, Inc. and in keeping with its commitment to expanding diverse businesses, Macy’s will be highlighting women-owned brands throughout March as part of its It Starts With Her campaign. Girls Inc.


Viewpoint: Protecting Women Politicians from Online Abuse

Women who break the glass ceiling in politics are often depicted as disrupting the long-standing patriarchal structures that have traditionally kept women away from the public eye. The stereotypical “ideal” politician is usually based on…