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New MAKERS: Lydia Villa-Komaroff and Nancy Lublin

We’ve launched two new MAKERS: Lydia Villa-Komaroff and Nancy Lublin. Read More »

The Best Reads on Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Yesterday was Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, an annual event when parents bring their children to their workplace, to expose them to professional life. Read More »

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

April 26th is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, an annual event to encourage parents to bring their children to work, and expose them to professional life. Read More »

5 Views On Choosing a Career

For Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day, MAKERS brings you 5 Views on Choosing a Career. Read More »

New MAKER: Louann Brizendine

Do men and women think differently? This is the question answered by neuropsychiatrist and author, Louann Brizendine. Read More »

Robyn Beavers on Earth Day

As a sustainability professional, Earth Day has meant many things to me over the years and I thank MAKERS.com for encouraging me to again step back, take a breath, and focus on the celebration again. Read More »

5 Views on Forging Change

This week for 5 Views, we’re talking about forging change.  Read More »

Tracy K. Smith wins Pulitzer Prize for Poetry!

Monday was a great day for MAKER, Tracy K. Smith. Not only was it her 40th birthday, but the poet and Princeton University professor also won a Pulitzer Prize for her book, Life on Mars. Read More »

New MAKERS: Alice Walker and Meg Whitman

Today we launched interviews with two new women on MAKERS.com: Alice Walker and Meg Whitman.  Both women are celebrated the world-over in their respective fields, and are incredibly deserving of these accolades. Read More »

Official at Last: The Year That Changed Everything

On the eve of the Boston Marathon, Kathrine Switzer-- the first woman to officially enter and run the race-- celebrates the anniversary of the year that changed everything... Read More »

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