How These 3 Female CEOs Are Driving Workplace Change and Equality for Working Mothers

How These 3 Female CEOs Are Driving Workplace Change and Equality for Working Mothers

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In August, 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs, and according to Women in the Workplace, women are more burned out now than they were a year ago. In the past year, 1 in 3 women considered leaving the workforce, and the same study noted that 42% of women admitted that they are almost always burned out.

While working women, and especially mothers, have voiced and written about how to better empower women in the workforce, activists and CEOs Lisa Curtis, Virginia Klausmeier and Emily Stone teamed up to celebrate working moms, and most importantly, to compel employers to step it up to help drive systemic change. 

Related: Work-Life Balance Is Simple. To Succeed at Work, Get a Life.

Driving workplace change and equality for working mothers

The Unreasonable Group awarded a grant to Lisa Curtis, the founder and CEO of moringa-based superfood company Kuli Kuli Foods. Curtis and her team are using the…

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