ARTICLE: The Secret Society Of Parents From Tech’s Biggest Companies

ARTICLE: The Secret Society Of Parents From Tech’s Biggest Companies

This is an article published this month in Fast Company by Amy Henderson, CEO of TendLab. I've had the great pleasure of meeting Amy - I am a huge advocate of her work. Read on to see how she and an amazing tribe of women are helping create paradigm shifts for working mothers in tech companies. (Tet)

“Many mothers [however] are forced to make choices they’d rather not make. According to research cited in Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, 43% of women leave the workforce when they become mothers for an average of two years (this of course varies depending on position, education, and financial situation). And many of these mothers would rather remain working or return to work sooner, but they can’t find employment that will accommodate their needs.”

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ARTICLE: Why Millennial Women Need to Stop Breaking the Glass Ceiling

ARTICLE: Why Millennial Women Need to Stop Breaking the Glass Ceiling

“The very concept of a glass ceiling is broken, it only exists if women agree to the rules of growth that men established. Agreeing to it keeps women trapped in a false image of their potential" says scientist and entrepreneur Heidi Dangelmeirer. "The glass ceiling keeps females locked in a paradigm where men hand out the permission slips to female progress.”

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