women of color

How L. Michelle Smith is Empowering Women of Color in the Workplace

by | Aug 5, 2021
L. Michelle Smith—CEO and founder of no silos communications, a local tech-enabled media, content, talent development and strategic communications firm—believes women of color have been left out because they have not had access to the tools that most people inside of corporations have been afforded. She's here to offer them, for free, in her new book: “No Thanks: 7 Ways to Say I’ll Just Include Myself.”
AT&T Business’ Anne Chow Becomes First Global Female CEO to Serve as United Way Dallas’ Campaign Chair
by | Jun 29, 2020
As North Texas works to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Chow plans to focus on improving community health in her role as United Way Dallas’ 96th annual campaign chair.
New Texas Women’s Foundation Report Shows Women Hold a Huge Stake in Texas’ Workforce
by | Jun 16, 2020
The population of Texas women has grown by 19 percent in the last decade. But women still face disparity when it comes to income, health insurance, college loan debt, and housing stability. The TXWF has recommendations.
Entrepreneur of the Year

Enterprise: A Dozen Top Stories from 2018

by | Jan 12, 2019
In an annual tradition, we look back on Dallas Innovates’ most-read stories in each of our buckets of innovation: Startup, Invention, Education, Social, Creative, and Enterprise. Here’s a roundup of the “Top 12” in Enterprise for 2018.
Year In Review: Our Top 10 Most‑Read Stories of 2018
by | Dec 21, 2018
Take a look back on the stories that grabbed our readers' attention this year.
Year In Review | Our Top 10 Most-Read Stories of 2017
Take a look back on the stories that struck a chord with readers this year.
hidden figures
Meet the 10 Women Named Dallas’ ‘Hidden Figures’
by | Feb 27, 2017
Minority women in STEM careers are being honored for their work by the DFW chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.