Author Sunni Brown offers a refreshing way to cut through information clutter. At first glance, Sunni Brown’s fascinating work, The Doodle Revolution, seems to be all fun and games, from its sunny yellow cover, square shape reminiscent of children’s books and playful writing style. After all, who really takes doodling seriously? Well, Brown, for one.
Author Marilyn Nissenson’s excellent biography of the trailblazing newspaper magnate. There’s not much in Dorothy Schiff’s background to suggest her destiny as a dynamic and powerful newspaper publisher: The heiress of a banking fortune, she flunked out of Bryn Mawr and traveled in New York’s most rarefied social circles. But an interest in liberal Democratic
Author Liz O’Donnell offers advice on negotiating your way to a better career. Lean in. Opt out. Balance. Juggle. Even the language used to describe the so-called options of working women seems to constantly pull in several directions at once. That perfect storm of exhausting, conflicting demands on the time and energy of working women
Author Reshma Saujani implores women to embrace risk and rally for change. Reshma Saujani is a former New York City Deputy Public Advocate and founder of Girls Who Code, a nonprofit that prepares underserved girls for careers in technology. Her book Women Who Don’t Wait in Line: Break the Mold, Lead the Way exhorts readers to embrace
Author Becky Blalock urges women to put substance before style. Becky Blalock worked her way up from the bottom of the corporate ladder to become chief information officer of Fortune 500 energy firm Southern Company. Consider her achievement: If the C-suite of America’s top companies remains male-dominated, with just one in five positions held by