LiisBeth Original

LiisBeth Original

Forging a Path of Her Own

Forging a Path of Her Own

New study shows how women-led startups succeed even when VC funding fails.

She Scores!

She Scores!

Kristi Herold became CEO of one of North America’s largest sport and social clubs by targeting one goal: making sports accessible for everyone.

From Feminist Leaders to Feminist Leadership: What Canada Needs Now

From Feminist Leaders to Feminist Leadership: What Canada Needs Now

A minority government might just be the crucible we need to generate real, lasting, innovative systems change. Are the leaders up to the challenge?

Feminist in the City

Feminist in the City

Leslie Kern’s second book, “Feminist City: A Field Guide,” is a collection of essays that invites readers to question the design of urban spaces and the ways cities can be more inclusive and safe for everyone.

Moving Pictures: What We Learned from Women Filmmakers at TIFF 2019

Moving Pictures: What We Learned from Women Filmmakers at TIFF 2019

We analyzed five female-directed films at TIFF and explore the hidden lessons for feminist entrepreneurs.

Brewing Up A Revolution

Brewing Up A Revolution

How one socially minded Toronto startup aims to change the tea business–one women farmer at a time.

Breaking Bad Silence

Breaking Bad Silence

Cherry Rose Tan created a forum for entrepreneurs to talk about what they thought unspeakable—the mental health struggles of entrepreneurs.

A Better Way to Be Better

A Better Way to Be Better

In her new book, Sarah Kaplan argues that doing good can also be good for the bottom line—if businesses go about it the right way.

Lessons from the Downfall of a Feminist Leader

Lessons from the Downfall of a Feminist Leader

A 19th century successful, edge-walking feminist entrepreneur, publisher and leading suffragette who racked up a number of firsts—in politics and business—suffered harsh consequences. What can we learn from Victoria Woodhull experience that still applies today?

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