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While we need to raise up amazing women changemakers 365 days of the year, Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (March 8th) are prime opportunities to double down on celebrating the work and impact that these women create.

Recently, we’ve had the opportunity to speak with some truly incredible women. They are scientists, authors, CEOs, founders and more. We encourage you to watch the videos below highlighting their stories and work. And hit reply to highlight a women changemaker who inspires you!
  • National Geographic Explorers Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka and Agustina Besada discuss how their businesses are taking action to help fight environmental destruction.

  • Building an equitable economy is an enormous undertaking, but the world is full of fearless innovators. Jean Case joins PayPal’s Peggy Alford & Bloomberg News’ Jenny Surane at Aspen Re$et for a conversation about bold new definitions of a healthy economy and how we can create it.

  • Judy Samuelson, founder and executive director of The Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program, shares her new book — The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World, and dives into how businesses can succeed in tomorrow's economic and social landscape.

  • Entrepreneurial superstars such as Ayesha Curry, Mellody Hobson, Aileen Lee and Sheryl Sandberg celebrate the small business owners of Forbes’ Next 1000.
NASA’s Washington DC headquarters is now named after Mary Jackson, the organization's first Black female engineer and an advocate for gender and racial equality.
10 Women-led Finance and Investment Blogs to Follow
In the face of obstacles like the gender pay gap and the pink tax, smart investing is one way for women to even the scale. Check out these bloggers from around the world working hard to help women feel confident in their investing journey.
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How Green is Your Pension?
Experts predict that money will continue to pour into ESG funds as investors look to align their finances with their values. While individual actions are important, pension funds investing for impact could lead to far greater results.
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25 Black Women Executives with Successful Exits & 25 Who May Be Next
Since the first IPO in the US around 1783, roughly 25 Black women leaders have been at the helm. From Madam CJ Walker to Aicha Evans, these 50 Black women have successfully subverted the status quo.
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From Side-Hustle to a Phenomenal Brand
Meena Harris, founder of Phenomenal Women, has always focused her business on social impact. In aligning her company's purpose and profit, she looks to amplify issues affecting underrepresented communities and help the nonprofits serving them.
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How to Keep Women in the Workforce During Covid
Even as we celebrate successes and milestones during Women’s History Month, we can’t forget the devastating and disproportionate impact of this pandemic on women in the workforce. Revisit this piece by Jean Case to see why we must continue to support working women.
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Big Companies Disclose Details on Gender, Race in Workforces
Many corporations are giving a more detailed report of diversity in their organization, with dozens of them publicly sharing these breakdowns for the first time. These disclosures reflect a new focus among many companies on workforce diversity following last year’s racial injustice protests.
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