Training Tomorrow's Leaders Series
ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Nearly 50,000 people applied to medical school in 2013. Forty seven percent of the applicants were women, and studies show they still face continuing bias against women in medicine. But one woman was able to prove that women are leaders in medicine, and she did so by building a major medical school.
PITTSBURGH, Pa (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Women make up 51 percent of America’s population, but across the country, fewer than 25 percent of the state legislative seats are held by women. On the national level, in congress, that number drops to less than 18 percent. There’s an effort underway to train younger women how to overcome the challenges of a political campaign.
SAN FRANCISCO. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Science, technology, engineering and mathematics — they are known as the stem fields, and they are looking for women, especially minority women, to fill positions. The problem is there aren’t enough qualified females to fill the jobs. That’s where Kimberly Bryant steps in. Her mission is to change the way black girls think about science, and open up their minds to a whole new way of life.
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