“We can’t move forward with only 50% of the population.” In the past 3 years, only 4% of female founders have received venture capital funding.
It is 2016, well past the time to change this. Women are a powerful entrepreneurial force—not just a large consumer market to be tapped or “binders full of women” to be hired. Listen to host Kelly Hoey highlight the diverse role models who are breaking the conventional stereotype of an entrepreneur, and spotlight the women and minorities who are acting, leading and changing the world. Through hosted conversations on BroadMic, Kelly will demonstrate why having conversations about success is as important as having role models. We believe in strengthening the BroadMic community through shared expertise. Together, we can change the narrative. No more white papers, no more studies, no more theses about change – let’s act!
Show Women Entrepreneurs The Role Models!
by Kelly Hoey, Inc.
It’s Time to Innovate Inclusion… The #ProjectDiane Report is Here
by Kathryn Finney, Medium
There’s a way to get girls to stick with science–and no, it’s not more female role models
by Shannon Palus, Quartz
Factors that affect the physical science career interest of female students: Testing five common hypotheses
by Zahra Hazari, Geoff Potvin, Robynne M. Lock,Florin Lung, Gerhard Sonnert, and Philip M. Sadler, APS Journals
Introducing the Boardlist
by Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Medium
Why The Force Will Be With Women Entrepreneurs In 2016
by Geri Stengel, Forbes
“I love talking to you about my problems. We should do a podcast.”
by David Sipress, New Yorker
Guest bios & transcripts are available on www.broadmic.com.