How and why the #KeeptheCare initiative came to be

How and why the #KeeptheCare initiative came to be

HealthyWomen's CEO dishes on the #KeeptheCare initiative, and the rigors of activism and advocacy in the digital age.

WPP cuts ties with men-only event where women were 'harassed' and 'groped'

WPP cuts ties with men-only event where women were 'harassed' and 'groped'

WPP has become embroiled in a row over sexism and misogyny following an exposé into the lewd behaviour of a men-only event sponsored by the advertising giant in London.

Why Greater Than One's Elizabeth Apelles stands firm on independence

Why Greater Than One's Elizabeth Apelles stands firm on independence

The CEO of the independent healthcare agency discusses growing a business in digital in the early 2000s and the perks of remaining independent.

Five things for pharma marketers to know: Thursday, December 28, 2017

Five things for pharma marketers to know: Thursday, December 28, 2017

Study: male docs earn more than female peers; new Michigan law tackles opioid crisis; study: some docs billed Medicare for most expensive patient visit type

The ugly truth about advertising's gender bias, and how to change it

The ugly truth about advertising's gender bias, and how to change it

Execs from JWT, J&J, and DanoneWeave react to the results of a new JWT/Geena Davis Institute study.

At ADCOLOR, Five Woke Women challenge perceptions of identity in the workplace

At ADCOLOR, Five Woke Women challenge perceptions of identity in the workplace

A "seat at the table" isn't enough, says Oath's Allison Allen, in wide-ranging discussion at annual diversity conference.

Q&A: On being a working mom

Q&A: On being a working mom

Guidemark Health's Tina Fascetti offers Medela's Katie Busse advice on being a working mother in healthcare marketing.

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Gender Parity: A Known Quantity That's Being Ignored

Gender Parity: A Known Quantity That's Being Ignored

Our goal is to make gender parity a priority, and to keep our spotlight trained on it.

Women, Sometimes Too Risk-Averse, Should Instead Focus on Possibility

Women, Sometimes Too Risk-Averse, Should Instead Focus on Possibility

Think back on your career. Did you take the "riskier" assignments?

To Move the Needle on Gender Parity, Execs Must Admit Bias

To Move the Needle on Gender Parity, Execs Must Admit Bias

I was successful because I learned how business gets done, and that often meant learning to act like one of the guys.

With Gender Issues, Details Matter

With Gender Issues, Details Matter

Were we trying to celebrate these women for having made hard-won progress in gender parity while also perpetuating a stereotype about them?

Why Healthcare Needs "Mad Women"

Why Healthcare Needs "Mad Women"

Besides being the right thing to do, elevating woman leaders confers a competitive edge to companies, a fact confirmed by multiple studies.