Leadership Resources

women in leadership photoA few of my current favorite websites, newsletters, and publications that share stories of women in leadership include:

Ellevate Network
Sallie Krawcheck, author of Own It, started this professional business women’s networking organization after a high-profile career on Wall Street. A certified B corporation, “Ellevate Network believes in the positive impact of women in business. Our mission is to help women advance in the workplace, both for themselves and the greater good.” I am a member and enjoy the local San Diego chapter’s events – see if there is a chapter in your city!

Financial power, investment tools, and other helpful advice from Sallie Krawckeck (see above). Disclosure – I have several Ellevate investment accounts for emergency funds, savings, and retirement. A new portfolio option includes impact investing portfolio funds helping women in business.

Hera Hub
Spa-inspired co-working communities for women entrepreneurs, founded by Felena Hanson, author of Flight Club. Current cities include San Diego, Phoenix, Washington D.C. and Stockholm … franchising is available to open a co-working hub in your city!

Recently revamped site covering work, money, wellness and more, by #Girlboss author and Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso.

 Lean In
Facebook’s Sheryl Sanberg wrote Lean In and then created a variety of supporting products and organizations to spread the message of empowering women and their ambitions.

Levo provides tools for career development and connects you with peers, mentors, and jobs. Part of its mission is, “We believe you can create a life you’re passionate about.”

Interviews and other videos which “tell the stories of today’s trailblazing women to inspire the changeMAKERS of tomorrow.”

Career Contessa
Career Contessa is branded as “the only career site built exclusively for women.”

Ladies Get Paid
Advice on negotiation skills and more to close the gender age gap.

The Broadsheet
Fortune magazine’s daily newsletter about the world’s most powerful women.

BossLadies magazine

To suggest additional resources for women in leadership and aspiring business leaders, please contact me.

(Disclosure: I may receive commissions for purchases made through links on this site.)