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Cats, Chicks and Female Dogs

Did you ever wonder why animal analogies factor in so much for women? A relationship-based film is a chick-flick. Women we don’t like rhyme with witches. Female body parts are like fluffy kittens (apparently), not exactly pussycats, but you know… Like cats, angry women… Continue Reading “Cats, Chicks and Female Dogs”

Language and Leaders

Unconscious Bias & You

Everyday Stereotypes

Intersectionality

 

How To Get Credit For Your Ideas

Forbes – Conquering Gender Bias At Work

by Sangita Kasturi: When it comes to gender, how do we define progress? Maybe, just maybe, it’s time different set of questions about gender equality? Perhaps we need to reframe the problem itself.I am honored to be featured in Forbes with new perspectives on… Continue Reading “Forbes – Conquering Gender Bias At Work”

Don’t Bury the Women

Sangita Kasturi: What if it were widely known that even in the 40s, 50s and 60s, there were brilliant female scientists who shaped the course of scientific inquiry as we know it today? What if

Unconscious Bias: Diversity’s Real Enemy

By Sangita Kasturi: Do you make hiring decisions based on the name on the resume’ ? Or feel that high performing women are too abrasive? Of course not! At least not consciously. But unconsciously, well, that’s another story. Certain names sound more “competent”

What You Can Do About the Wage Gap

By Sangita Kasturi:  When internet hackers exposed Sony Pictures’ salary data, Jennifer Lawrence learned she was earning less than her male costars. “Jeremy Renner, Christian Bale, and Bradley Cooper all fought and succeeded in negotiating powerful

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