Posts Tagged ‘female’

DevelopHer: Checking in at the One-Year Anniversary

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

DevelopHer, an online career development platform for women, may have reached its one-year anniversary this month, but the story of its genesis dates back some five years. Born of founder Lauren Hasson’s desire to empower others, DevelopHer shows women in

The W Source Launches First Networking Chapter in Texas

Posted by Meredith McGrath

The national network of female professionals and service providers, The W Source, is making its first foray into Texas with a new chapter based in Collin County. It’s the first of seven groups expected to open up throughout the state

Women, a Major Force in
Small Business to the
Tune of $1.7T in Sales

Posted by Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses DCCCD

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is a Dallas Innovates is Silver SponsorWith over 11.3 million female-owned businesses in the U.S., women are a major force in contributing to the innovation and economic development of our country.

$1.7 trillion in sales    9.5 million employed workers

According to the American City Business Journals’

Local Female Artists Needed for Upcoming Fair Park Exhibition

Posted by Julia Batlle

The Texas Women’s Caucus for Art is calling on local female artists to submit their work to be displayed at the Women’s Museum Building at Fair Park during Dallas Arts Week, starting on April 5. 

A local curator will be …

My Story as a Female Engineer

Posted by Shradha Aiyer

Feb. 21 marked the beginning of National Engineers Week, calling attention to the important role that an engineer plays, and to attracting the next generation to the profession.

In order to celebrate the week, let’s hear directly from the …