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June 14, 2016: Edition 66
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Should You Change Your Name for Your Resume? Research and anecdotes show that if your name on your resume sounds male and white, you're more likely to get an interview. Read why it matters and what we can all do about the name game. TELL ME MORE No Thanks, Hoff: Why More Women Experts Are Key Some call the phenom of all male experts speaking at conferences, "manels." See who is out to shift the trend to have diverse lists of speakers and experts. TELL ME MORE
I'm On Top of The Lists: Women Leaders Make It Every year different organizations and media sites name the women at the top in power and their industries around the world.
Why should we care? TELL ME MORE
GREAT STUFF WE'RE READING Lest We Forget: Honoring Women Making History Women made history this week, but for generations women have been contributing as powerful leaders; let's not forget Alice Paul, Abigail
Adams and more. READ IT ATWASHINGTON POST Bringing Ambition Back Whether in fiction or real life, it's an historic time to note that ambition for women has always been cool. READ IT AT ATLANTIC You Go Your Way, I'll Go Mine: OK That Paths Differ The trajectory of a woman's career can go in many directions and can all work well, as demographics play a key role. READ IT AT HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW