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July 26, 2016: Edition 72
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FRESH INSIGHTS ON THE LATEST NEWS
Women in Blue: Can Women Leaders Change Policing? Research shows that the inclusion of more women in law enforcement changes the dynamic of policing. Is this what we need now? TELL ME MORE When You Have To Go: 5 Tips To Make Conferences Work The Republican and Democratic national conventions remind us of the conferences we each need to attend in our fields; these strategies will help you make the most of your time and effort. Without the balloon drop. TELL ME MORE
Who Ya Gonna Call? Solving Hollywood's Women Problem The trolling and negativity around the female remake of "Ghostbusters" highlights how
far Hollywood needs to go to make way for women leaders. TELL ME MORE Start Me Up: Women Funding Women Makes Green, Gold Women venture capitalists have the most success when they fund female start-ups,
research shows. So, bring on the sister funding. TELL ME MORE
Not Leaning In Far Enough in U.S. Read some insights into why it may be so hard for US. women to lean in. READ IT AT OZY
Racial Bias in Salary Negotiations Gender and race are at play when you discuss pay. READ IT ATMITSLOAN REVIEW The Emojis Have It Google introduced 11 new female professional emojis. We can imagine more. READ IT
TECHWIRE ASIA Marry a Melania, Raise an Ivanka Journalist Jill Filopovic writes on what she says men and fathers really want. READ IT AT NEW YORK TIMES
SPOTLIGHT ON LEADERSHIP AMBASSADOR: Maggie Castrey
"I realized I had the 'Power To' when I learned to connect people with each other. I love being able to so easily help them achieve goals and make great things happen." BECOME A LEADERSHIP AMBASSADOR.