The Nike Swoosh is ubiquitous... it's on every imaginable type of apparel, footwear and gear; it's worn and endorsed by world class athletes; it's recognized around the globe, requiring no translation. So you'd think that something with this kind of recognizability and brand power must have taken years to develop by a team of branding experts ... [Read More]
Today, 23 winners for the MacArthur Genius Awards were announced. Every year the MacArthur Foundation awards a $625,000, no-strings-attached grant to extraordinary individuals who are breaking new ground in their field.
“While our communities, our nation, and our world face both historic and emerging challenges, ... [Read More]
Women are 51% of the U.S. population yet hold only 22% of elected offices in the United States. We need 140,000 more women in office to have equal representation at every level of government.
Ignite National, an organization that provides young ... [Read More]
On a mission "to recognize the power of women at NASA - past, present and future - and the important role of each in human spaceflight," the pioneering space agency recruited recording artist Grace Potter to perform her hit song “Look What We’ve Become” in a powerful new music video that celebrates ... [Read More]
In this video by Deirdra O’Regan, a multi-platform journalist at The Washington Post, four women - Patty Herman (Eisenhower Administration, 1953 - 1955), Valerie Jarrett (Obama Administration, 2009 - Present), Sarah Bianchi (Obama Administration, 2011 - 2014; Clinton Administration, 1995 - 2001) and Dana Perino (George W. Bush Administration, 2007 - 2009) ... [Read More]
“Why outsource all your production to far away countries like India, China and Narnia when we have the cheapest and best workforce right here in the good ole’ US of A: Women.” - Kristen Bell, Pinksourcing Pitchwoman
In this premiere episode of Celebs Have Issues from HuffPost Originals, a video series that aims to put serious causes in the spotlight, “using wit and laughter ... [Read More]
Black Women in Medicine is the first feature film to chronicle the lives of women who challenge stereotypes, race, gender, class, and culture to achieve their dream of becoming physicians.
This groundbreaking documentary features the diverse voices of young medical students, ... [Read More]
“2000 steps. 120 miles. 5 honorary degrees.”
These are just some of the numbers that have defined the brilliant and trailblazing Katherine Johnson’s legacy. Katherine is the NASA mathematician who served as the brains behind one of the greatest space missions in US history: ... [Read More]