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The Female Quotient’s Study Highlights Women’s Resilience {Forbes}

January 30, 2023  | Read More »

In today's workforce, it's crucial for companies to understand the importance of creating an inclusive and empathetic culture toward their employees. This is especially true regarding women in the workplace and caregivers across the board. A study conducted in November 2022 by the Female Quotient (FQ), in collaboration with Cisco, comprising 3000 working women across ten countries, found that 6 in 10 working women say they feel resilient in their personal life (61%) and 2 in 3 working women feel resilient in their professional life (65%). There is no question that the past couple of years have been particularly intense for working women with growing demands put on them. For example, 66% of working moms agree that they were responsible for most childcare and household duties in addition to their job during the pandemic.

The Female Quotient’s Study Highlights Women’s Resilience {Forbes}

January 30, 2023  | Read More »

In today's workforce, it's crucial for companies to understand the importance of creating an inclusive and empathetic culture toward their employees. This is especially true regarding women in the workplace and caregivers across the board. A study conducted in November 2022 by the Female Quotient (FQ), in collaboration with Cisco, comprising 3000 working women across ten countries, found that 6 in 10 working women say they feel resilient in their personal life (61%) and 2 in 3 working women feel resilient in their professional life (65%). There is no question that the past couple of years have been particularly intense for working women with growing demands put on them. For example, 66% of working moms agree that they were responsible for most childcare and household duties in addition to their job during the pandemic.

Girl, 5, Miraculously Walks Away After She is Hit by Car and Sent Crashing through Front Window of Driving School in Brazil {Sky News}

January 30, 2023  | Read More »

Surveillance cameras capture the moment the child is hit by the car. She is seen playing behind a large pot plant before the vehicle crashes into it. It is hit with such force that it - and the girl - are sent crashing through the front window of a driving school.

Women Still Only About a Third of Tech Employees in Israel {The Times of Israel}

January 30, 2023  | Read More »

Women continue to be underrepresented in the Israeli tech ecosystem, accounting for about 34% of the industry’s workforce, according to a 2022 report released Sunday. The startup Israeli ecosystem diversity report conducted for the second consecutive year by Power in Diversity, an initiative set up by Alan Feld, a Canadian-Israeli founder and managing partner of Vintage Investment Partners, showed that despite a slight annual increase of 0.4% in the representation of women in 2022, male presence still dominates the tech ecosystem.


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Nancy Pelosi Won't Seek Reelection to Leadership

November 17, 2022 <a href= 'https://www.pbs.org/to-the-contrary/watch/177/speaker-nancy-pelosi' > Nancy Pelosi Won't Seek Reelection to Leadership </a>

by Cari Stein

Executive Producer

When she first won a seat in the House of Representatives there were only 12 women, now there are more than 90.  And, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says she wants more.  Speaker Pelosi has been in this position as top Democrat in Congress twice, and she's been minority leader,  Now, she says she is staying in the House of Representatives but won't seek reelection to the leadership position ecause, she says, " it's time for the new generation to take the reigns of the house Democrats. In 2010,  when Pelosi was about to leave her first tour as House Speaker, Bonnie Erbe' sat down with her to speak about her legacy. Click the title or click here: 

https://www.pbs.org/to-the-contrary/watch/177/speaker-nancy-pelosi

Galvanizing the Women's Vote

October 20, 2022 Galvanizing the Women's Vote

By Jordan Owens

 

College students with opinions on our society and how it works, families wanting a better future for their children, and women fighting for what they believe are health rights all came out to the Women’s Wave march in hopes of making a difference.  


The Women’s March organization mobilized the Washington, D.C community to support a woman’s right to have an abortion. Organizers called on attendees to vote in the upcoming midterm election for democrats and pro-choice candidates.

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About the Host - Bonnie Erbé

To The Contrary Host: Bonnie Erbé

Bonnie Erbé is a nonpartisan, award-winning American journalist and television host based in the Washington, D.C. area who has ...

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