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Kristen Bellstrom

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • TIME.com
  • Entrepreneur

Recent articles by Kristen:

The ‘Wall of Moms’ movement is spreading across the U.S.

The 'Wall of Moms' is growing—and trying to amplify those who were there first. → Read More

Will Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s speech end the ‘daughter excuse’ for good?

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez' response to Rep. Ted Yoho is call for men to stop hiding behind their wives, daughters, mothers, and sisters. → Read More

Why Nextdoor’s CEO hopes users will talk about Black Lives Matter on the platform

The neighborhood-based social media platform has come under fire for its treatment of Black Lives Matter content. → Read More

How WFH can hurt women’s careers

Working from home excludes women from the informal meetings where so many big decisions get made. → Read More

Things are going from bad to worse for working parents

A new poll find the effects of the pandemic are only getting worse for those balancing childcare with work. → Read More

What would a ‘feminist city’ look like?

Feminist City: Claiming Space in a Man-made World by Leslie Kern explores what urban landscapes could look like if designed with all women in mind. → Read More

Microsoft's Peggy Johnson claims a spot on the tech industry's glass cliff

The former head of business development at Microsoft may find herself on the glass cliff at the augmented reality startup. → Read More

What it’s like to face repeated racism at work

A survey finds that the workplace is the location where Black women report experiencing the most racism. → Read More

Are women-led companies better positioned to survive the pandemic?

A pair of surveys offer a glimpse into startup life amid COVID-19. → Read More

What an old GM dress code says about Mary Barra’s leadership style

Barra has earned a reputation as a straightforward, pull-no-punches CEO. → Read More

The woman who brought transgender workers’ issues before the Supreme Court will have a lasting legacy

Aimee Stephens didn't live to see Monday's landmark decision. → Read More

How Stacey Abrams and Condoleezza Rice are thinking about the protests

The Broadsheet, Fortune Most Powerful Women by Kristen Bellstrom, Claire Zillman, and Emma Hinchliffe → Read More

Black women are bearing the economic brunt of coronavirus pandemic

Black female workers have been especially hard hit by unemployment. → Read More

National Women’s History Museum asks women to donate COVID-19 journals

The museum is documenting women's experiences of the pandemic with Women Writing History → Read More

Instagram launches IGTV ads with revenue sharing for creators

The Facebook-owned app is offering new options for influencers to make money. → Read More

'On the Record' doc about Russell Simmons proves #MeToo is here to stay

The film, featuring three women who accused Russell Simmons of sexual assault, premieres today. → Read More

Instagram is scary good at selling us stuff. Can the app keep it up?

The photo app contributed roughly a quarter of Facebook's total revenue last year. → Read More

Confessions of an Instagram addict

The Facebook unit has managed to maintain its visual appeal, sell tons of ads, and build a platform for e-commerce—all while not letting its own parent dent its reputation. Can it keep walking the fine line between art and commerce? → Read More

Could changing workplaces to respond to coronavirus pave the way for more sexual harassment?

A new op-ed from Anita Hill raises questions about the unintended consequences of new workplace safety policies. → Read More

Chrissy Taylor is leading Enterprise through a pandemic

The Broadsheet talks to the women leading through the coronavirus. → Read More