October 1st, 2018
WORDS TO LIVE BY…
“I know firsthand the feeling of being marginalized, left-out, thrown under the bus. Those days are over. We don’t just want a seat at the table—we want to set the table.”
Women Who… CREATE FOREIGN POLICY
Female foreign ministers meeting in Canada for the first summit of its kind vowed on Saturday to bring a “women’s perspective” to foreign policy. “This is not about creating a pink ghetto. This is quite to the contrary. This is about highlighting the importance and the role and the rights of women and girls in the world,” one minister said.
Women Who…WORK IN STEM
Latinas in academia, the workforce, and beyond are working to change the depressing data. Below are just a few of the women leading by example in their respective fields and sharing their stories in order to encourage the next generation of Latinas in STEM.
Women Who… HAVE THE POWER
This is the 21st year of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list—and there is a new No. 1 for the first time since 2015. The 2018 ranking is comprised of seven newcomers, two returnees, and CEOs controlling just under $1 trillion in market cap. Here are the names behind the numbers.
Women Who… SAVE THE WORLD
“Female superheroes should be a consistent presence going forward. As the stunning success of ‘Black Panther’ and ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ has taught us, representation matters,” Bible said. “Women want to see themselves reflected on screen and empowered. Why should the men get to have all the fun?”
Women Who… PRESENT THE NEWS
Marking another milestone for women in Saudi Arabia this year, journalist Weam Al Dakheel set a historic precedent by becoming the first woman to deliver an evening newscast on state-owned television. Dakheel went live Thursday night and presented the news alongside her co-anchor, Omar Al Nashwan, on Saudi TV Channel 1.