women in the workplace

Panelist Spotlight: Christiana Cacciapuoti, MAD Network

We’re excited to feature another panelist in our upcoming Changing the Conversation event this Thursday: Christiana Cacciapuoti, VP of Partnerships and Platform Ops at MAD Network. Here, Christiana talks about the constant changes in tech, taking initiative and what allyship has mean to her.

Panelist Spotlight: Aisling McDonagh

The first panelist we’re featuring for our upcoming Changing the Conversation event is Aisling McDonagh, a senior digital media sales executive. Below, you can read about her experience bouncing back, building a strategic career, and finding allyship. To hear more about Aisling’s experience, join us on October 25th at AppNexus!

Presenter Spotlight: Mary Pharris, Fairygodboss

Our upcoming Changing the Conversation event on October 25th features a presentation and panel discussion with leaders in the business and Diversity & Inclusion space, and we’re excited to feature each in a spotlight series.

Our first spotlight in the series features presenter Mary Pharris, Director of Business Development and Partnerships at Fairygodboss.

How to Be a Male* Ally: A conversation with Aaron Rose

What role do men play in the push for great gender equity and equality? To better understand the role of men as allies, we sat down with Aaron Rose, Diversity & Inclusion Trainer and Consultant, to navigate how to effectively change the conversation around male allyship.

From the Ground Up: 5 intentional recruiting practices for building diverse and inclusive organizations

We asked our panelists— Ashley Babinecz, Kamilah Mitchell-Thomas, Stephanie Sandberg, and Diane Herz for some tips on intentional diversity recruiting, and they offered a wealth of wisdom. Read on for some highlights!

Five Tips to Reduce Female Attrition in the Workplace

Corporations are starting to address the gender gap, if only because the research in favor of more diversity at the top is overwhelming in its findings — diverse teams drive greater revenue and exceed virtually every metric of success. If you’re looking to even the playing field for women at your organization, here are 5 simple steps you can take to reduce female attrition in the workplace and move women up the corporate ladder