Leadership Pipelines

FEMINISTING ON TOUR: Offline and Unfiltered


An Open Discussion: Let's Talk About the "F" Word

 A Panel Featuring Three Feministing Editors and Babson student Lexi Toorok

Showcasing the New Voice of Feminism - Be inspired and challenged by the voices of this generation who are making their marks and taking their places at the table. This lively thought - provoking conversation will highlight the efforts underway to effect change for women at grassroots, national and global levels.

Samhita Mukhopadhyay is the Executive Editor of Feministing.com

Miriam Zoila Pérez is a blogger, activist and Radical Doula

Vanessa Valenti, a co-founder of Feministing and online strategist

Lexi Toorok, Babson College student

Vision 2020



Don't Let History Happen Without You... During National Women's History Month!

Join Vision 2020 and the National Constitution Center on March 30 for a celebration of women's past, present & future.

FREE Admission to the National Constitution Center for Vision 2020 Supporters from 11:00am to 2:00pm

While visiting the Constitution Center March 30, you can: 

Our Opportunity for International Women’s Day

By Tiffany Dufu*

I took the helm at The White House Project at an interesting moment for women. Last week’s report from the White House, which Kate Meyer mentioned in yesterday’s post, coupled with a political, economic and social environment that is best described as extremely volatile across the globe, demonstrates how, on this International Women’s Day 2011, we are presented with a unique opportunity. 

We have the opportunity to be responsible.

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Building a Pipeline to Women’s Leadership

Female students have long surpassed their male peers in the rates at which they seek higher education. Yet across sectors, women’s representation in professional leadership roles has stalled at 15-17%. If women make up the majority of students earning Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees why are there so few women in top management positions? Further aggravating women’s uneven progress, the disparity is often most pronounced in the most lucrative fields, including STEM, economics and finance. 

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