The Women of the Fortune 500 List: Traits and Strategies to Learn From

Although there are plenty of female CEO's and entrepreneurs making headlines these days, historically the Fortune 500 list has been reserved mostly for males, with women only accounting for 4.4% of the list as of October, 2015. In other words, out of 500 members there were only 23 female CEOs (last year there were 24). On the bright side, Mary Barra reached #6, obtaining a higher spot than any woman CEO to come before her. These stats can motivate businesswomen everywhere to take action within … [Read more...]

What People Don’t Know About Lorre White, ‘The Luxury Guru’

What People Don't Know About Lorre White, 'The Luxury Guru' To most people, Lorre White is an international personality who regularly appears on television, radio and every conceivable form of digital media as “The Luxury Guru.” In this role, she shares her expertise about living a luxurious lifestyle to a mass audience. Her following is large and diverse, from royals and billionaires to those who aspire to live the luxury life to others who just want to look at big, beautiful … [Read more...]

Barbara G. Stymiest – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™   is excited to share this Birthday Tribute to an Amazing Canadian pioneer in women's authority in the world of global finance, that should inspire every Woman on this Planet to Achieve, Know Your Own Worth and Take Charge!   WOMAN of ACTION™     Barbara G. Stymiest     ...born June 13, 1956 Ms. Stymiest obtained her degree in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business..... and is a Fellow of … [Read more...]

Women in the Boardroom ~ ‘I am not one to usually rant,’

'I am not one to usually rant,' I am not one to usually rant, but a study just released by Watermark, a non-profit community of executive women, and the University of California at Davis Graduate School of Management enraged me. It revealed that in California, among the 400 largest public companies, only 10 percent of board seats were held by women—and more than 33 percent had no women on their boards at all. 'This isn’t just a California problem', says Watermark CEO Marilyn Nagel. She … [Read more...]

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