Why Has America Never Elected a Woman President?

For decades, nations have been led by women, from Canada and the United Kingdom to Germany and France, but in its nearly 250 years, the United States has never elected a female president.


Women In School District Leadership: Rarer Than You Think

Let’s conduct a little thought experiment. First, imagine your third-grade teacher. Hold that memory in your head. Second, call to mind your high school principal. Got it? Good. Now, conjure up the image of the…


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.