This is an interesting year for Hollywood indeed!
From the frank and brave talk that spawned the #metoo movement to the prevalence of strong and wise leading ladies and power players among the nominees, we are starting to make progress (albeit VERY slowly) in Tinseltown.
Title IX: What you need to know about the laws that changed the game for women.
Title IX states that, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to
Misty May-Treanor, 3-time Olympic Gold Medalist, surpasses her own expectations.
What is it like to be a part of the 4% of female NFL agents? In short, challenging.
In 2005 Kristin Kuliga, president and CEO of K Sports and Entertainment, was the only female agent working with active NFL players. After being told she would never
USA Olympic Gold Medalist, Chloe Kim, was the first female snowboarder and second only to Shaun White to ever land a back-to-back 1080 and a perfect score of 100 when she was just 15. Now, at the age of 17 Kim has become the youngest
Lisa Leslie, former WNBA player and actor, thinks beauty and strength are not mutually exclusive.
97% of women in C-Suite positions reported playing sports as children .
Business Insider reports that sports teach girls motivational skills, team building, and the ability to see projects through to completion. The leadership skills and competitive attitude taught through sports serve women well: 61% of the women
Snapchat just rolled out its biggest update yet.
What is the Update? Snapchat, a popular photo-sharing app, allows users to send friends disappearing photo messages and create 24-hour long "stories" that post to their profiles. We first featured the app in 2016, but Snapchat has a
Maya Angelou said it best! Whatever or whomever you love (whether it be family, friends, or the business you are building) let it guide you to hope. Happy Valentines Day SheBOOMERS!
Seun Adigun, captain of the newly formed Nigerian Olympic Bobsled Team, is making history.
No African nation has ever participated in the Olympic bobsledding event, and this year Nigeria is slated to be the first (Fortune). Adigun began her Olympic career in Track and Field, but