How Dell Is Using Machine Learning to Help Female Entrepreneurs
Think Siri for startups – this new high tech platform offers resources tailored to female entrepreneurs. Read more.
The four qualities of a perfect cold email, according to the Birchbox CEO
Rookie professionals may have to take shots in the dark. The cold email can be a useful tool for success, if you get it right. Read more.
Marquette grad sticks it with magnetic false eyelashes invention
We had to try them for ourselves! Call or email Sarah for our review. Read more.
6 U.S. Cities to Watch in 2017
We aren’t surprised MKE made the list. Who can resist shopping in our Historic Third Ward or jammin’ out at Summer Fest? Add our variety of food and beer…it’s no wonder we call our city the Good Land. Read more.
Her Memory Fading, Paula Wolfert Fights Back With Food
With the help of a brain boosting diet and devoted friends, she is telling her story and sharing her world famous recipes. Read more.
The New Yorker Cover That’s Being Replicated By Women Surgeons Across The World
Female surgeons #ILookLikeASurgeon social media challenge is catching on thanks to an endocrine surgeon at the University of Wisconsin. Read more.
She Was the First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon. 50 Years Later, She’s Back
She conned her way in to run Boston Marathon in 1967–the first female runner–but celebrated 50 years later when she will run the 26.2 mile route again. Read more.
At 91, Ella Brennan Still Feeds (and Leads) New Orleans
The work of this spirited business woman transformed The Big Easy. Read more.
8 Scientific Breakthroughs You Didn’t Know Were Made By Women
Hidden women in STEM–including inventions related to computer programming, wifi, and the nerve growth factor. Read more.
Balancing Act: Three sisters are Zander Prress’ fourth generation owners
Only 3% of family-owned businesses make it to the fourth generation. These sisters talk family legacy, community, and plans for the future. Read more.