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Julie Castro Abrams dives into the benefits of diversity in the boardroom while acknowledging the large gap that still exists in filling the shortage in Fortune 500 companies and offers a solution: women Board Directors.
The "Lazy Girl Job" trend has been buzzing the past few weeks, but what does it really mean?Watch to hear Julie Castro Abrams' take on it.
The Morning Blend
In today's fast-paced world, juggling a thriving career and personal aspirations can be quite a challenge. Julie Castro Abrams debunks the notion that seeking flexibility equates to laziness.
Amidst the summer buzz of successes like the 'Barbie' movie and concerts by Beyonce and Taylor Swift, the power of women gains momentum. Julie Castro Abrams, CEO of How Women Lead, sheds light on The New Table, a groundbreaking initiative encouraging women to invest in each other's ventures.
Listen to learn how How Women Lead is changing the venture capital landscape to support women-led companies through The New Table campaign.
Now is the time for women to step into their identity of power and opportunity, as described by Julie Castro Abrams.
The San Francisco Standard
Julie Castro Abrams highlights the gender inequity and favoring of men in the creation of Barbie and in the venture capital landscape.
How can we bring women into venture capital? Julie Castro Abrams suggests three starting points.
Fox 2 KTVU
Barbie has had over 200 careers, and Julie Castro Abrams believes now is the time for her to be in the Corporate Boardroom.
In an interview, Julie Castro Abrams shares why now is the time for women to start investing.
Julie Castro Abrams highlights How Women Lead's new campaign, The New Table, and how she plans to disrupt the venture capital landscape.
Julie Castro Abrams dives into the importance of gender equity in the corporate landscape, women serving on boards, and venture investing.
The launch of The New Table, a significant campaign by How Women Lead, marks the beginning of our mission to mobilize 10,000 women to engage in venture capital investment.
Through The New Table campaign, How Women Lead aims to revolutionize the venture capital landscape and address inequalities, ensuring support for women investors and founders.
How Women Lead is on a mission through The New Table campaign to reshape the venture capital landscape and balance the inequalities in order to support women investors and founders.
How Women Lead, CEO Julie Castro Abrams, and 60+ women leaders ring the NASDAQ Closing Bell in honor of the official launch of The New Table.
San Francisco Business Times
How Women Lead's historical campaign, The New Table, has officially launched our initiative to mobilize 10,000 women to invest in venture capital.
How Women Lead's Washington, D.C. Executive Board has expanded, announcing our new board members.
With our expansion into the Chicago region, this new chapter of executive women will elevate women's leadership in the area.
Our new Illinois-based chapter will help propel women to higher positions of power and influence in the region, with a focus on programming around corporate boards, investing, and philanthropy.
How Women Lead is expanding our mission to redefine women's leadership and support senior executive women by adding a Chicago Region chapter with a powerhouse executive board.
Crain's Chicago Business
Having a diverse board of directors can benefit a company in many ways, and there are steps they can take to fulfill this outcome.
Crain's Chicago Business
It’s been shown that having a diverse board of directors has many benefits. One big step companies can take to achieve more diversity is to reshape their board recruitment, onboarding and retention processes to be inclusive of minority groups. Executives and experienced board directors including Julie Castro Abrams, CEO of How Women Lead, weigh in on the issue of recruiting and corporate board diversity.
The article discusses the falling “trust in women leaders”, and Julie Castro Abrams believes there's another factor that is playing a role in the loss of trust in women leaders.
According to a recent survey, there is a decline in “trust in women leaders”. Julie Castro Abrams, CEO and chair of How Women Lead, believes another factor is how society responds to women leaders.
How Women Lead is honoring Mary Stutts, Salesforce, and Nia Impact Capital at our annual #GetOnBoard Week Summit for their impactful work creating more equity for women in the workplace.
Making banking easier for every customer is the mission of Mary Mack, who leads 67,000 employees in Wells Fargo's consumer and small-business banking (CSBB) division. Last year, Mack led the app's relaunch, making it easier to use and more secure for customers. As part of the bank's effort to support women-owned businesses, Mack's team also introduced "Connect to More," a partnership between Wells Fargo and the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center that supports women-owned businesses.
SWE Diverse Podcast
Julie Castro Abrams sits down with podcast host, Lynda Grindstaff, to share more about How Women Lead and the continuous mission to drive the needle towards gender equity in the world.
How Women Lead is proud to announce our newest appointments to our Executive Board, Lorraine Akiba, President and CEO of LHA Ventures and Lori Castillo Martinez, Executive Vice President and Chief Equality, Sales Force, as well as Shawnte Mitchell, General Counsel at Genomics to our Silicon Valley Board.