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FMLA 19 Years Later: Big Impact, Big Challenges

| February 15, 2012

Nineteen years ago, an American president signed into law a measure that acknowledged for the first time in our history that having a family shouldn’t cost you your job. The bill was the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the president Bill Clinton, the date February 5, 1993. What the FMLA guaranteed ... More »

Message to Sandberg: Lean forward

| February 9, 2012

In the wake of the news that Facebook’s Number Two, Sheryl Sandberg, might become a billionaire and therefore one of the richest self-made women in America after the company goes public, the New York Times featured a story about her growing power as a role model and inspiration for women’s advancement. More »

Lingering Inequity in the Arts—A Comedic Take

Lingering Inequity in the Arts—A Comedic Take

| February 23, 2011

In a new play in San Francisco, Theresa Rebeck explores workplace reality where a woman's good work may reward no one. More »

Press Conference in CA Raising Awareness Among Women Voters

October 12, 2010