Progession for women in PR to slow as direct result of COVID-19 – new survey

With Covid-19 driving us to work remotely for several months, what has been the true impact on the working lives of the women in our global industry and how do they now view their future? The top line findings from Global Women in PR’s latest research, conducted by leading market research agency, Opinium, suggests that the pace for driving women forward into a more balanced industry has taken a step backwards. Two in three (65%) of those surveyed believe it will take longer to close the gender pay gap, and over…

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New emBRAZEN Wines Honor Trailblazing Women of the Past And Celebrate Women Who Are Affecting Change Today

emBRAZEN wines take inspiration from extraordinary women of the past who dared to shatter convention. Available nationwide, the trio of California wines, including a Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Red Blend, each feature a historic female pioneer who defied convention and sought to bring about positive change in the world. The labels come to life through augmented reality driven by the Living Wine Labels app, as each heroine shares her personal story. emBRAZEN is more than just a wine brand. It’s a call to arms, encouraging women to reclaim their narratives and…

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WomenHeart Partners with Monarch Magazine to Increase Awareness About Heart Disease in Women

WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease is pleased to partner with Monarch Magazine, the premier affluence and luxury resource for readers looking to learn about the sophisticated arts and leisure scene. Monarch Magazine is partnering with WomenHeart to increase awareness about heart disease in women. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women. With 1 in 4 women dying every year from heart disease, it is crucial to raise awareness and understand the differences between men and women when it comes to heart disease. “We’re…

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The Time is Now for More Women in Science

As breakthroughs in cancer treatments are occurring at an ever increasing rate, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is shining a spotlight on the women in science who are helping to lead these advances.  Through its significant investment in cancer research – more than $1.2 billion since its founding nearly 70 years ago – LLS is committed to funding and recognizing female scientists, physicians, social workers and nurses, and encouraging young women to participate in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education and pursue careers in the sciences. As part…

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AT&T, TECHNOLOchicas and HACEMOS Promote Women in STEM

ATT has joined forces with the Latina STEM advocacy group TECHNOLOchicas and HACEMOS, ATT’s Hispanic employee resource group to host two special events this year. TECHNOLOchicas is part of NCWIT – National Center for Women & Information Technology. ATT spoke about their plans: “On Friday, October 20th we welcomed 45 Latina high school students at Foshay Learning Center in Los Angeles, California for a day of learning, mentorship and fun. The program kicked off with remarks from Latina leaders working in STEM at AT&T. TECHNOLOchicas mentors worked with the students…

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