Ashley Milne-Tyte, producer of The Broad Experience, shares her trip to Kenya to help build homes with the Habitat for Humanity.
For women who feel they need to control every aspect of their lives, take solace in the fact that our brains may be wired that way. Yet, learning to buck our biology can pay off dramatically in our professional and social lives.
I never used to think about being single as equivalent to minority status, but at 41 that’s essentially what it is. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, less than 14 percent of women between 40 and 44 are single in the sense of never having married, though the number is higher when you include those who are divorced or separated.
I hate to be the one to tell you this but, sometimes, women take on an apologetic tone. We make statements sound like questions and generally come across as insecure little girls. Ashley Milne-Tyte explores how women subtly undermine our own achievements.