When the pandemic hit back in 2020, life changed for everyone—but especially for women. A report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that more women lost their jobs than men, in part because women tended to work in the industries most affected by COVID-19.
Just as kids of all ages are returning to (real and virtual) classrooms, we women entrepreneurs must commit to lifelong learning and upskilling/reskilling.
Whether you’re just starting a business, scaling, selling, or expanding into new markets and product lines, you have something to learn.
Edtech is booming,
I've lived through 63 summers.
But none will be quite like this one. I am hustling harder than ever, am deeply disturbed by the environment of intolerance and hatred, and missing my kids and grandkids (who live across the country). But I try to wake up
Business strategy is important – now more than ever. Our methods of work have drastically changed, forcing us to work remotely and interact in ways we have not done before. Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Google Hangouts are the new conference rooms. Many businesses are feeling