The NMSDC Equity Honors 2023–Applications Now Open
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
4d ago
The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Equity Honors awards are presented to corporate chief officers who have been recognized by their peers as the true leaders at the vanguard of economic equity and minority business integration. Submit an application for your CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, CMO, CDO, and CPO of the Year. All applications* must be started** by Dec. 20 to be considered. Submit Application Here! *Qualified applications submitted for The Equity Honors in 2022 have been cloned for consideration for the 2023 Equity Honors. Simply log into the NMSDC Awards Portal and updat ..read more
Visit website
Women break ceilings and conventions in the workplace and beyond
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
2w ago
Open, candid conversations about diversity and inclusion in our society and workplace must continue in order to support the fight for equality. Thankfully, these conversations continue to take place across Bloomberg, in various forms and forums. One of the goals of these exchanges is to explore different facets of identity and experience from the first-hand perspectives of employees across the firm. In this edition, we delve into the lived experiences of our colleagues as they have persisted in breaking glass ceilings and bucking conventions, and shows us how we can best support progress for w ..read more
Visit website
The Latinx Community’s Growing Influence
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
2w ago
The United States is currently experiencing a massive demographic shift, led in large part by the nation’s Latinx population. This group is growing rapidly, quickly becoming the most culturally and economically influential community in the country. According to the 2020 U.S. Census, the country’s Hispanic or Latinx population grew from 50.5 million in 2010 (16.3% of the U.S. population)  to 62.1 million in 2020 (18.7%). That’s an increase of 23 percent. In fact, slightly more than half (51.1%) of the total U.S. population growth between 2010 and 2020 came from growth in the country’s Lati ..read more
Visit website
Recognizing — and Celebrating — the Impact of the Hispanic Community
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
2w ago
Hispanic Americans are launching more new businesses, achieving higher levels of education, and reaching the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies in greater numbers than ever. Surprisingly, these advancements and economic milestones are often unknown by the very people responsible for them  – according to a recent survey, 77% of Latinx have no idea of their communities’ potential and contributions. In that spirit, Bloomberg is spotlighting these accomplishments – and the perception gap behind them. By celebrating and recognizing their influence and success, Hispanic Americans can feel more aw ..read more
Visit website
Black Wealth Transfer and Confronting the Racial Wealth Gap
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
2w ago
The second installment of Bloomberg’s Power of Difference series on Black wealth offered a deep dive into issues that impact intergenerational Black wealth transfer. The three part series, hosted by Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies, seeks to highlight and encourage dialogue about the structures that aid in Black wealth accumulation and extraction. Speakers discussed why wealth transfer remains pivotal to building wealth in the United States and explained how the historical lack of opportunity for Black families to preserve and pass on wealth has contributed to the prevalence of racial ..read more
Visit website
Bloomberg Works To Break the Bias For Women In Finance
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
2w ago
Starting education initiatives early To truly set women up for success in their future workplaces, change must start in schools – and not simply in terms of curriculum. “We need to address sexism in the workplace that makes girls and women feel they don’t belong, or are not good enough,” said Andrea Navarro, News, Mexico City deputy bureau chief and a volunteer for our Financial Literacy workshop in partnership with Mexico’s non-profit Interactive Museum of Economics (MIDE). Last year, we launched an annual financial literacy program to support young women interested in learning about personal ..read more
Visit website
Karine Jean-Pierre Becomes First Black, First Openly LGBTQ Press Secretary
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
3w ago
White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre arrives for a press briefing in the Brady Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, DC on May 26, 2021. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP) (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images) In a historic first, Karine Jean-Pierre has become the first Black woman and the first openly gay person to become the official White House Press Secretary and Assistant to the President. Jean-Pierre was promoted to the position, formerly serving as the Principal Deputy Press Secretary and Deputy Assistant, after Jen Psaki resigned as the Press Secretary af ..read more
Visit website
Work From Home Strategies
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
3w ago
By Danielle Jackola Remote work has become increasingly popular, and while many companies utilized it as a temporary solution during the pandemic, others have realized the endless benefits of maintaining a remote workforce. Working remotely doesn’t necessarily mean you’re doing work from your home; it represents the freedom to work from a variety of locations, including on the road while you travel, from a coffee shop or somewhere that inspires you. Whether you are considering remote work or need some strategies for keeping sane while working remotely, here are some tried and true work-from-ho ..read more
Visit website
5 High-Paying & Fast-Growing Careers for Women
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
3w ago
In a world that’s constantly changing, finding a career that offers job security and steady finances in a growing market can be tremendously comforting. If you’re looking for the best field to pursue, here are some top jobs offering high salaries and exceeding the expectations of the job market. Note: The average growth percentage for any career is eight percent. Computer and Information Systems Managers Description: Computer and information systems managers, often called information technology (IT) managers or IT project managers, plan, coordinate and direct computer-related activities in an ..read more
Visit website
AAAED Virtual Conference Explores ‘Building an Infrastructure for Sustainable and Equitable Change’
Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine
by PWM
3w ago
October 11-13, 2022, marked the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity’s (AAAED) 48th annual national conference. This year’s virtual conference theme was “Building an Infrastructure for Sustainable and Equitable Change” and participants were able to reflect on this call to action through workshops, keynote addresses, plenary sessions, express talks and networking events. The conference commenced with an introduction by Shirly Wilcher (Executive Director for AAAED), Jerry Knighton, Jr. (AAAED Conference Chair) and Dr. Annette Butler, (AAAED President). The Office of Federal Cont ..read more
Visit website

Follow Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine on Feedspot

Continue with Google
OR