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Women of the Weeks: August 8th-19th

by Johanna Dickson

This week was all about the incredible American women of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero. It’s been a record-breaking two weeks for these talented athletes in gymnastics, swimming, cycling, track and field and more.

Women of the Week Round-Up July 4th- July 8th

by Susan Butler

This week we saw remarkable strides by women in politics, technology, science and business.

Women of Week Round-Up: April 18th - April 29th

by Susan Butler

There have been a lot of noteworthy women in the news the past two weeks, and I particularly want to highlight Kristen Griest, the United States Army’s first female infantry officer, and my new hero. Let’s get started!

Women of the Week Round-Up: April 12th - April 15th

by Susan Butler

With Equal Pay Day happening on Tuesday, this was a great week for women in business news! While it makes me glad that so many people are doing their part to raise awareness about this important issue, it shouldn’t be an issue at all. Equal pay is a no-brainer. Let’s get started!

Women of the Week(s) Round-Up: March 28th - April 8th

by Susan Butler

Because I fell behind, this round-up will cover March 28th – April 8th. I have to say, transitioning into this new format has been a learning experience for me, and I’m still adjusting. My ultimate goal was to be able to honor as many women as possible. Yet as soon as I hit post, I remember a story about another phenomenal female leader, entrepreneur, athlete, social activist, etc., who has not been included in the post.

Women of the Week Round-Up: March 21st - March 25th

by Susan Butler

This week was very special because I get to spotlight a good friend of mine, Nina McLemore! Additionally, past honoree, Denise Morrison also made headlines this week. Let’s get started.

Women of the Week Round-Up: March 14th - March 18th

by Susan Butler

Last week was a HUGE week for prominent women in the news. We saw the First Lady of the United States give an incredible speech at South by Southwest. Pope Francis announced that Mother Teresa will officially be canonized as a Saint this fall. My good friend, Karen Kalish, was featured in a fantastic magazine spread! And unfortunately, we lost one of the best female British authors of the modern era, Anita Brookner, who died March 10th at the age of 87. Although this news is a bit belated, I would be remiss in not honoring Brookner’s life. Let’s get started.

Women of the Week Round-Up: March 7th - March 11th

by Susan Butler

Last Sunday saw the death one of America’s most powerful First Ladies. It is with a heavy heart and on a somber note that I commence this week’s round-up.

Women of the Week Round-Up: February 29th - March 4th

by Susan Butler

This is the first post I’ve done since the start of Women’s History Month and I’m already excited. As March continues, look out for lots of new content and hopefully some new initiatives! I’m always eager to hear from all of you, so if you have any ideas regarding who or what we should cover this month, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via Twitter or Facebook.

Women of the Week Round-Up: In Honor of Black History Month

by Susan Butler

In honor of the last Friday of Black History Month, I have decided to dedicate this week’s round-up to just a handful of the most influential black women in America’s history. I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge that this list barely scratches the surface, and I only wish that I had enough time to honor all of the incredible women who have forever changed the course of our history. Please note that in an effort to include more of these wonderful ladies, I have had to shorten my own commentary on them; however, I do encourage you to spend some time familiarizing yourself with all – but certainly the lesser-known – women on this list.

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