Women are leading the way to conservation minded education.
Grades of Green is bringing environmental education to children all over the country. Founded in 2008 at Grand View Elementary School by four mothers, Lisa Coppedge, Shaya Kirkpatrick, Suzanne Kretschmer, and Kim Lewand, this California nonprofit is
2017 is breathing new life into old buildings.
What's happening? Flipping houses—the art of taking run-down or unfinished properties and renovating them into sellable homes—is going strong in 2017. Trulia reports that from 2015 to 2016 the number of houses sold to “flippers” increased to 6.1%.
Make your comeback better than the original.
What's happening? Startups boom astronomically from seemingly nowhere, but as they say, “the brightest stars burn out the fastest.” When speed-bumps appear in the ascent to success, the startups with lasting power are adapting quickly and decisively, reinventing their missions
If you can't justify a vacation, make it a bleisure trip.
What's happening? Women entrepreneurs are embracing the “bleisure” trend. Bleisure Living ®, a mash-up of business and leisure, encourages go-getters to take time for themselves. People are extending business trips for exploration and calm and they're working
Helping one another has never been so profitable.
What's happening? Female investors are increasingly setting their sights on companies founded by other women. This trend is driven by what Quartz Media dubbed the “Estrogen Effect:” studies show a correlation between women in leadership positions and company profitability.
Your new outfit will be as ready for a hike as it is for a casual work day.
What's happening? While athleisure flourished in the past year, gorpcore is reigning supreme in 2017. The trend, which gets its name from GORP (a hiker’s nickname for trail mix)