education, Women in Engineering, Women work

Womenomics: Japan’s economy winning formula

In a commentary published by CNBC last Sunday, Paul A. Laudicina, the chairman of AT Kearney's Global Business Policy Council, "prescribed"  to any country that is struggling with demographic or productivity challenges, Japan's winning formula.  What is the Japan's secret? "encouraging more women to work". "The Japanese government has actively encouraging more women to work. Prime… Continue reading Womenomics: Japan’s economy winning formula

Women in Engineering

Women in STEM: New 2017 US Update

In November 13, 2017, the US Department of Commerce releases new updated report  provides a more detailed look at the gender dynamics of the STEM economy in USA. Here are some of the Key findings in the new report:  Women filled 47 percent of all U.S. jobs in 2015 but held only 24 percent of STEM… Continue reading Women in STEM: New 2017 US Update

education, Life lessons

10 things I Believe In

If you can think of any additional ones, please share them with me and others in the comments. People who strive to reach their goals can make a huge impact in the world. Empathy and caring for others helps us all succeed and give us the ability to understand the thoughts of others. The Keys… Continue reading 10 things I Believe In