Monthly Archives: May 2013

What We’re Reading

“I don’t think it’s a healthy dynamic for a wife to out-earn her husband, because so much of his sense of worth as a male is tied up in what he does vocationally.” That’s just precious. Related, amazing weekly feminist GIF from Feministing. Yes! Jugging a job and family is a men’s issue, too! What […]

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What We’re Reading

Sociologist Philip Cohen talks unmarried parenthood, lack of opportunity. “On doing the emotional work of being a male feminist.” Have we left Millennial men out of Lean In debate? Apparently, not all of them. For lovers (and haters) of Shonda Rhimes’ Scandal everywhere. Gorgeous illustrations of women in Congress.

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What We’re Reading

Coverflip: Author Maureen Johnson and Twitter fans take on the gendering of book covers. Harvard Business School professor on why you should keep a career journal. New study says women undervalue themselves when working with men. How to accept and decline job offers. Time Magazine runs a story about lazy, entitled millennials: so what’s with […]

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Take a Look! The New Girls’ Network ‘Finding Your Voice’ Event Hosted by Kirkland and Ellis

On April 4, 2013, the Chicago office of Kirkland & Ellis hosted the inaugural New Girls’ Network event, “Finding Your Voice.” The event included an interview with famed opera star Renée Fleming, a panel discussion with Vernā Myers, Sheli Rosenberg, and Michele Coleman Mayes, and an interview of Pfizer Inc. General Counsel Amy Schulman and Pfizer Inc. […]

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