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INC – Mar 26, 2020

There's been a lot of talk these past years about the need to have more women in leadership roles, yet progress is slow. Why is that? I believe it is in part because we haven't gotten to the source of what's really getting in the way: our inherited bias. And I'm not just talking about the perception of women in the workforce, but the one we women

Written by: Tanya Prive
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The Guardian – Nov 5, 2019
‘a Safe Space For Women To Talk Frankly’: How A Meetup App For New Mothers Was Born ‘a Safe Space For Women To Talk Frankly’: How A Meetup App For New Mothers Was Born

Michelle Kennedy was a high-flying tech lawyer when she found becoming a new parent lonely. Her app, Peanut, aims to tackle loneliness and bring new mothers together

Written by: Abby Young-Powell
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Daily Mail Australia – Aug 23, 2016
‘are They Judging A Swimsuit, Or A Race Or Religion?’: The Australian Creator Of The Original Burkini Speaks Out After Towns In France Ban Swimmers From Wearing The Modest Design ‘are They Judging A Swimsuit, Or A Race Or Religion?’: The Australian Creator Of The Original Burkini Speaks Out After Towns In France Ban Swimmers From Wearing The Modest Design

'Are they judging a swimsuit, or a race or religion?': The Australian creator of the original burkini speaks out after towns in France ban swimmers from wearing the modest design

Written by: Lauren Ingram
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The Guardian – Apr 13, 2020
‘Banks Will Behave Better This Time Than During Financial Crisis’ ‘Banks Will Behave Better This Time Than During Financial Crisis’

Former Virgin Money boss Jayne-Anne Gadhia backs sector’s response to coronavirus as she launches finance app

Written by: Kalyeena Makortoff
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The Telegraph – Mar 24, 2016
‘Why I Quit My Office Job To Work With My Hands’ ‘Why I Quit My Office Job To Work With My Hands’

Three years ago Sophie Sellu, 27, began carving wooden spoons as a calming antidote to looking at a computer all day. At the time Sellu, who had trained as an interior designer, worked as a trend forecaster at fashion label Jack Wills.

Written by: Emma Love
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The Guardian – Mar 6, 2019
‘you Don’t Become Less Ambitious’: The Female Startup Founders Going Public With Their Pregnancies ‘you Don’t Become Less Ambitious’: The Female Startup Founders Going Public With Their Pregnancies

More female startup founders are blowing up conventional ideas that having a newborn and building a startup don’t mix. In late January, Amy Nelson, the founder of the Riveter co-working network, posted an ultrasound on Twitter. “That’s my baby girl,” she wrote. “She arrives in June … #proudmama.”

Written by: EB Boyd in San Francisco
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