Hernandez will be the newest doll in Mattel’s Barbie “Shero” line. Continue reading Olympic Gymnast Laurie Hernandez Is Getting Her Very Own Barbie
It hasn’t been an easy road to success for actor, activist, or self-proclaimed “actorvist” Wilson Cruz. It was scary to play Ricky Vazquez on My So-Called Life in 1994, one of the first LGBTQ+ characters on television. But Cruz, as he says, “had the benefit of the ignorance of youth” that allowed him to go for the roles where he could represent both of the communities he comes from.
Continue reading Wilson Cruz: Advocating for LGBTQ+ Youth
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 110th birthday of Mary G. Ross, the first Native American woman engineer. Over the course of her five-decade career, Ross achieved many firsts and made major contributions to the aerospace industry. Continue reading Google Doodle Celebrates Mary G. Ross. Here’s What to Know About the First Native American Woman Engineer
The Best of Small Business Awards ™ is America’s most prestigious honor that recognizes and celebrates the BEST Small to Mid-Sized Business Visionaries. Continue reading The Best of Small Business Awards
The ADP Foundation Provides Grant to HACE’s Latina Women’s Leadership Program Continue reading ADP Foundation Awards Grant For Mujeres De Hace Program
Spaniard joined PepsiCo in 1996 and rose through the ranks in Europe; ‘the future is not going to be easy,’ he recently told staff. Continue reading Meet PepsiCo’s Next CEO: Ramon Laguarta
by Madison Blancaflor
Lately, women hear a lot about gaps: how to combat the gender pay gap, how to avoid a resumé gap when you take time off to raise children, whether or not a thigh gap matters (it doesn’t). One “gap” that isn’t discussed enough is the gender investing gap. Continue reading Why Women Should Invest and How to Get Started
When we no longer fear failure, we often open ourselves up to our best ideas. Continue reading How This Mompreneur Turned A Tight Budget And Doubt Into A Successful Cotton Candy Business
As the job market rapidly changes, STEM – science, technology, engineering, and math – skills have become increasingly valuable. These careers are among the fastest-growing and highest-paying, yet Latinas only account for 3 percent of the industry. Continue reading 10 Latinas Making Their Mark in the STEM World
BENTONVILLE, Ark. – July 24, 2018 – Today, Walmart announced $2 million in grants to organizations working to expand internship opportunities for diverse youth populations, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI).
Continue reading Walmart Supports Future Leaders Through $2 Million in Funding to the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute