In a world fueled by social media, social justice warriors can end up on the wrong side of their own cause. Find out why this happens, and why nobody wins.
One of the best ways to take care of yourself is to keep learning! Here's a go-to guide for free online classes & MOOCs that will further your education.
By educating women in solar engineering, Barefoot College creates Solar Mamas that facilitate economic & social advancement in developing countries.
Being agreeable in a toxic political climate is a dangerous game. It's time to lean in to political activism.
Actress & Author Sheetal Sheth & her new book "Always Anjali" begs the question, "Why are our children's books doing so little to teach about diversity?"
If you want to know more about blockchain technology but you don't know where to start, read this guide to learn the basics of blockchain & cryptocurrency.
We interviewed Under Canvas Cofounder Sarah Dusek, who is making the great outdoors more accessible with a glamping experience at U.S. National Parks.
Taylor Swift calls herself a feminist, but for many modern feminists, her actions fall short of her words. We dig deeper into the "fake feminist" rhetoric.
Here's the lowdown on my experience at Ozyfest, a two-day festival of entertainers, innovators and thought leaders held every summer in NYC's Central Park.
The "banality of evil" - the normalization of the monstrous - is happening now. Take action today, as evil only requires that good people do nothing.
When caring about other people is a matter of right and wrong, Mayor of Dametown Dixie Laite says BYE to bipartisanship.
We interview one of the powerhouse women behind Seneca Strategies, a women-owned political consulting firm that counts Cynthia Nixon as a client.
There are endless opportunities for charitable giving -- learn how to be smart about donating money and start making a difference today!
We interview Founder Scott Drosselmeier about the story behind his mental health awareness project, Letters to the Tribe. He is challenging the outdated social constructs…
As someone who helps people and businesses identify, develop and promote their brands, increasingly I’ve been suggesting getting into the still relatively “blue ocean” of…
If you’re struggling to earn respect, equality and fair pay in the workplace, you probably know that you’re not alone. Movements like Time's Up and #MeToo have empowered…
Book a personal trainer and cut out the middle man with this app that connects clients and fitness instructors directly.
Layla Tabatabaie is an NYC-based tech startup advisor, attorney, author, digital marketer and entrepreneur. She has worked with several venture-capital-backed web apps,…