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Valentina Zarya


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Recent articles by Valentina:

Women Get Real About What It’s Like to Start a Small Business

Starting a small business as a woman or person of color just became a much more attainable goal in New York City. → Read More

New York City Just Made It So Much Easier to Be a Female Entrepreneur

Starting a small business as a woman or person of color just became a much more attainable goal in New York City. → Read More

This Startup Wants to Be the Netflix for Jobs

Recruiting Startup WayUp Raises $18.5 million series B Round from Trinity Ventures Invest in Machine Learning → Read More

Obama’s Security Adviser: 5 Ways the Trump White House Is Putting U.S. at Risk

President Obama's adviser Susan Rice on national security says the Donald Trump administration is putting the country's safety at risk. → Read More

Thinx Founder Miki Agrawal Accused of Sexual Harassment

Former Thinx employee Chelsea Leibow has filed a sexual harassment complaint against Thinx founder Miki Agrawal. → Read More

Exclusive: USA Today Just Appointed Its First Female Editor-in-Chief

Joanne Lipman is taking on an additional role to chief content officer of Gannett: editor-in-chief of USA Today. → Read More

Ivanka Trump’s Go-To on Women’s Issues Will Now Advise Her Dad on National Security

Dina Powell, President Donald Trump's senior counselor for economic initiatives, is now deputy national security adviser for strategy. → Read More

Donald Trump’s Son Is Trolling Rachel Maddow on Social Media

Rachel Maddow is being trolled by Donald Trump's son on social media after tax return debacle. → Read More

Venture Capital's Funding Gender Gap Is Actually Getting Worse

That female founders get less venture capital funding than men is well-known. What is more surprising is that things haven't improved. → Read More

Exclusive: How Cognitive Diversity Is Making Comfortable Stilettos a Reality

After three years in development, Thesis Couture heels are going on sale. → Read More

Gloria Steinem: There Is No Such Thing As ‘White Feminism’

Gloria Steinem spoke at length about silos between black and white feminists and about the election of Donald Trump. → Read More

Broad Strokes: A Day Without Women and Pop Culture Feminism

Fortune editors discussA Day Without A Woman, the backlash to Emma Watson's photo spread, and corporate policies that are hurting women. → Read More

Arianna Huffington: Women Are Revolutionizing the Way We Work

Huffington Post and Thrive Global founder Arianna Huffington says it's up to women to change the status quo. → Read More

These 4 Female Bank CEOs Are Meeting With Donald Trump Today

The community bank CEOs are meeting with President Trump to discuss banking regulations. → Read More

The Woman Behind Period Underwear Wants to Make Bidets a Thing

The woman behind period and incontinence underwear is launching a bidet company she hopes will prompt Americans to give up toilet paper. → Read More

Powerful Women Explain How Millennials Are Thinking About Their Careers All Wrong

Millennials have been told, from very young ages, that we can and should achieve whatever it is we want to. → Read More

Here’s What Hillary Clinton Wants You to Remember This International Women’s Day

While many are using International Women's Day to talk about gender inequality, Hillary Clinton has a more uplifting message. → Read More

Definitive Proof That Trump's Election Made Men More Aggressive Towards Women

Wharton professor noticed differences between how men negotiated with female adversaries before and after Trump's election. → Read More

Women Graduating College in 2020 May One Day Be Paid As Much As Men

Female students graduating from college in three years may one day not have to deal with the frustration of being paid less than their male coworkers—but only right before they retire. → Read More

A Brief But Fascinating History of International Women’s Day

International Women's Day may be getting much more attention this year, but the holiday was first observed in 1908. → Read More