Mothers

Why Too Many Women's Leadership Initiatives Fail

Here are three actionable tips to keep high-potential women from leaking through the leadership pipeline at your organization.

Alexia Vernon

How Hiring Women and Moms Propels Economic Recovery

Preparing women and mothers for technology roles creates a rising tide that lifts many ships.

Mompreneur Shira Nelson on the Importance of Not Doing It All

How this mom of two went from burnout to doing only what she does best--which isn't cooking or cleaning.

Give Working Parents What They Really Want: More Time

Ever hear of a 'concierge service' for parents? Now you have.

Ann D. Clark

Let's Settle This Once and for All: 'Can You Be a Good Mom and an Entrepreneur?'

In honor of International Women's Day, a contributor answers this (kind of antiquated) question yet again and offers some solutions.

Katica Roy

How I Balance Entrepreneurship and Motherhood

Being a mom and an entrepreneur can feel like juggling with six balls in the air at all times.

Josie Moncada

This Single Mother and First-Time Entrepreneur Overcame Many Naysayers, Building a Vegan Snack Brand Sold Nationally

'You just have to follow your gut and believe in yourself and your passion,' says Beryl Stafford, founder of Bobo's.

6 Reasons Moms Make the Best Entrepreneurs

Motherhood and entrepreneurship have a lot in common, meaning raising kids can do wonders in preparing you to run a business.

Lisa Janvrin

How This Entrepreneur Repaid His Most Valuable Employee: His Mom

An entrepreneur's mom worked for him for years -- without a salary. When he finally made it, he wanted to give her something she'd love.

Joe Keohane

How I Started a Business and Had a Baby in One Year Without Going (Completely) Insane

A new mother writes about how she managed two 'babies' at a time over the course of one harrowing but happy year.

Gabby Slome