3:01 pm, October 24th | by Colette McIntyre
These women deserve spots on SNL or, at the very least, your attention.
4:15 pm, July 29th | by Grace Rasmus
Carissa Yip from Massachusetts is now the youngest U.S. chess expert on record.
2:00 pm, May 10th | by Colette McIntyre
After spending years training as an opera singer, including a stint at Julliard, Michele Serro started a new career. Leaving the world of ornate costumes, librettos, and Mozart behind, she jumped into advertising and design. Just when she was getting acclimated to life as a Associate Partner at the innovative design firm IDEO, Michele switched [...]
12:15 pm, May 7th | by Sarah Devlin
When I graduated from college, I certainly thought of myself as a grown-up (in fact, I had decided I fit into that category about two seconds after graduating from high school). What I didn’t realize then is that there is a LOT of growing up that takes place in the first few years after leaving college. That’s where Bridget Lappert and her site BrokeButBougie.com come in. We got to chat with the 21-year-old entrepreneur about how she got her start, the challenges of owning a business, and whether it’s tough to get respect from the business world as a very young woman.
12:15 pm, May 6th | by Sarah Devlin
Aly Racer has an incredible pedigree in digital media, working for companies like The New York Times and Daily Candy before deciding to strike out on her own with a new social platform called Memmee. We got to chat with her about the process of forming her own startup, how she sees social sharing evolving, and her own best practices for sharing personal information online.
4:00 pm, April 26th | by Sarah Devlin
How did Sonia Sahney Nagar go from an engineer working for a big firm to creating Pickie, a personal shopping app that just netted $1 million in venture capital funding?
12:15 pm, April 24th | by Colette McIntyre
For over three decades, photographer Amy Arbus has been changing how we perceive the world. In her pioneering Street Fashion column for the Village Voice, she captured an era, immortalizing the stylemavens and sartorially savvy denizens — like an undiscovered Madonna — of 1980s New York. Daughter of legendary photographers Diane Arbus and Allan Arbus, Amy has published four books, including the award-winning On the Street 1980-1990 and The Inconvenience of Being Born, and has had twenty-two solo exhibitions worldwide. In celebration of her latest series “After Images,” in which she staged iconic portraits by painters like Picasso and Modigliani, we sat down with Arbus to discuss how she got her start.
1:30 pm, April 4th | by Sarah Devlin
Hey, we didn’t say it – The Betches did.
5:15 pm, April 3rd | by Meredith Lepore
When I think of art, I tend to take the Jack Donaghy approach. “We know what art is! It’s paintings of horses!” To me, the art world is all about sophistication, interpretation and well, money. One young woman, Cristina Salmastrelli, is trying to change that perception of the art world.
1:30 pm, April 2nd | by Sarah Devlin
There’s plenty of advice out there about how to deal with crying at work. There’s not enough discussion about how to manage your emotions at the office in the first place. Let’s change that, shall we?