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Arts & Culture How Should Workplace Culture Change? More women at the table, meritocracy, and awareness to unconscious bias are just some of the wishes from this year's V.F.'s Founders Fair.
Arts & Culture How Does Kate Spade Empower Women to Transform Communities? Kate Spade's executive vice president and chief marketing officer, Mary Beech, talks about the fashion powerhouse's philanthropic mission.
Business Trisa Thompson of Dell: "We Need Your Voice, to Tell Us What You Need" The senior vice president and chief responsibility officer at Dell, Trisa Thompson, outlines how to make policy change in the workplace in the current political climate.
Arts & Culture Jana Rich's Instructions For a More Diverse and Inclusive Company "Think additive." Jana Rich, Founder of Rich Talent Group describes how to create more representation in a company.
Arts & Culture Tory Burch, Sasheer Zamata, and More Give a Message to Young Girls “You don't have to wait to be great,” and other words of wisdom from today's female success stories.
Arts & Culture Inside Tory Burch's Growing Empire Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter sits down with Tory Burch, the C.E.O. of Tory Burch LLC to discuss working weekends, being a mom, and her foundation that celebrates women in business.
Arts & Culture Caterina Fake and Nancy Lublin Talk Inspiration and Perseverance For New Companies Caterina Fake, founder and C.E.O. of Findery and Nancy Lublin, founder and C.E.O of Crisis Text Line discuss the power of utilizing ideas to create new companies and switching teams to work in a new work environment.
Arts & Culture How Passion Help theSkimm and Waterhouse Press Succeed theSkimm co-founders Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, and author Meredith Wild, sit down with Vanity Fair's executive west coast editor, Krista Smith.
Arts & Culture The RealReal's Julie Wainwright Had to Get Out of Town After Pets.com The founder and C.E.O. of The RealReal, Julie Wainwright joins Hanna Storm, host of ESPN's Sportscenter to discuss her career and success.
Arts & Culture Cambridge Satchel's Julie Deane Found A Way To Pay For Her Children's School Cambridge Satchel C.E.O. Julie Deane speaks with Vanity Fair special correspondent Sarah Ellison about how she created an accessory empire trying to pay for her children's tuition.
Arts & Culture The Co-chairs of the Women's March on Turning a March Into a Movement—and a Model A panel with Bob Bland, Tamika D. Mallory, Carmen Perez, and Linda Sarsour, the national co-chairs of the Women’s March on Washington, moderated by Alyssa Mastromonaco, president, global communications strategy & talent, A+E Networks.
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