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This Founder Had to Play College Basketball in Men's Shorts and Shoes, So She Launched an Athletic Clothing Company Named After the Now 50-Year-Old Title IX Act
When Title Nine founder Missy Park was a 10-year-old girl in South Carolina, the passage of Title IX in 1972 allowed her to be seen as "just an athlete" instead of a tomboy. It also laid the foundation for the founding of a company that's still going strong more than 30 years later.
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Formerly Enslaved Black Man Nearest Green Taught Jack Daniel Everything He Knew About Whiskey. Today, the Founder of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey Celebrates His Legacy.
Fawn Weaver, founder and CEO of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey, launched the Nearest Green Legacy Scholarship Fund for Green's direct descendants, and is paving the way for other BIPOC founders.
Reflections from a Woman Founder: Why Women Must Be Better Represented in Both AI Technologies and Data Sets
When companies have gender diversity in their leadership teams, they outperform their peers.
Did You Know This Actress Was Instrumental in Launching Jack Black's Career? Here's Why Her Pep Talk Mattered.
An icon offered the comedic star a few encouraging words and made a huge difference.
Raquel Graham shares what she's learned in building Roq Innovation and its Headlightz Headbands.
Beauty entrepreneur Bobbi Brown headlined Yelp's second annual Women in Business Summit, joined by Yelp Small Business Expert Emily Washcovick. We dive deeper into their conversation that focused on her career journey and spreading entrepreneurial wisdom with attendees.
For many women, traveling and working often go hand-in-hand. If you're prepping for your next business trip, here are a few suggestions to consider before you zip up that suitcase and hit the road.
Web3 as an industry is breaking new grounds for demographics that were previously underserved and underrepresented by Web1 and Web2.