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WLE presents an extensive library of timely news articles, websites and other resources on topics of concern to women in business: from finance to leadership to marketing. This is a one-stop source for the information you seek.

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Women in the News

  • LEXCI Members Are Award Winning
    It’s not surprising that members of WLE’s Leadership Executive Circle (LEXCI), which focuses on leadership and business development for its members, are high-powered group of accomplished women. Among the recent achievers are: Laura Tufariello whose packaging design company, Desig...
  • WLE Cofounders Gather Accolades
    WLE cofounders Leslie Grossman and Andrea March continue leading the way for women business owners. On June 3 and 4, 2009, Grossman will speak at Career Boot Camp NYC 2009, a WLE-sponsored program to help 2009 college grads cope with the difficult job market. The event, created by Tory Johnson...
  • Meet Our Award-Winning LEXCI Members
    When we established the Leadership Executive Circles (LEXCI), program [link to LEXCI page on main site], we knew it would attract an elite group of women business owners.  And, judging from these awards, we were right! Two LEXCI members win 2008 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Dr....
  • Women in the News
    Annika Sorenstam: Didn?t Make the Cut, but Sure Did Make the Grade Anyone who accuses women of being catty and vicious, had better hear what male golfers had to say about Annika Sorenstam?s invitation to play at the Bank of America Colonial. Not all golfers, of course. Champions Tiger Woods, D...
  • Women in the News
    Julie Gerberding: Protector of Public Health Not long ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was criticized for slow response to public crises. No longer. Julie Gerberding, after one year as CDC director, has managed to reverse the federal agency?s sluggish reputation. Dr. Gerber...
  • Women in the News
    Awards: Corporate America Recognized for Commitment to Women of Color Despite their growing numbers in corporate America, women of color continue to lag in terms of salary and advancement. They are still vastly underrepresented in management positions, in executive suites and on company boards. F...
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    Donna de Varona: Keeping the Field Open for Women Athletes Despite the great strides women have made in opening athletic education and careers for female athletes, a Department of Education Commission has recommended changes to Title IX that could weaken its enforcement resulting in fewer opportu...
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