From getting hired to negotiating for compensation, the plight of women in the workforce is well documented. It’s become the focal point of political campaigns, TV shows, movies, and social media hashtags. But what can and should women be doing to make immediate change where they work right now? Women at the top of their game offer advice on taking charge of your career and facing down detractors (including yourself).
As a key part of nonprofit Isles, a 36-year-old organization committed to re-energizing Trenton, Julia Taylor is helping families to become self-reliant, and the city to become a thriving urban center once more.
I’ve always thought of myself as a thoughtful gifter, but my wife’s first Mother’s Day has me utterly confounded. She’s carrying much of the load for the family right now, and I would do anything to show how much we appreciate her.
Women who were once more passionate than political are finding themselves in the throes of hotly contested battles, such as gender equality, climate change, and sexual assault. How did they become community leaders, and what can you do where you live?