Women In Business Archives

Most Influential Women in Arizona: Catherine Alonzo, Javelina

Az Business and AZRE magazines announced the publications’ lists of the Most Influential Women in Arizona for 2017 in the July issues of the magazines. Azbigmedia.com will be profiling each of the Most Influential Women in Arizona in the coming weeks. The Most Influential Women in Arizona will be honored at a reception from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.… Read More →

5 questions every female entrepreneur should ask

Do you feel stalled in your career? Do you feel underpaid, overworked, and without flexibility and autonomy over your time? If the answers are yes, then it may be time for you to lean out. Adding to that, if you have a personal passion that you want to turn into your own entrepreneurial venture, then… Read More →

Working from home is a piece of cake for Tappetite creator

Twenty-three years ago, Kay Diggs immigrated to the United States from the Middle East with the intent to pursue an education, become financially independent and provide for her kids. Diggs pursued a career in medicine, but as a single mother of two, knew she needed more time at home. With a knack for baking, Diggs… Read More →

Scottsdale-based SpearmintLOVE earns national recognition

One of the fastest-growing online baby and children’s clothing and accessories store, SpearmintLOVE, today announced that its vision for offering unique, “must have” brands have led to tremendous sales growth, a tripling of workforce, quadrupling of warehouse footprint and landed the company on Facebook’s 2017 U.S. Small Business Council.  With millions of small businesses using the social media giant to… Read More →

Report: Arizona women earn 83 percent of what men earn; U.S. gap wider

Arizona women equal pay

Michele Leber, 78, has been fighting to close the gender pay gap since the early 1970s, but new numbers released on the eve of Equal Pay Day show that she may still have her work cut out for her. The numbers Monday from the National Partnership for Women and Families show that women were paid… Read More →

BestCompaniesAZ names 100 Best Companies in Arizona

It is the purpose of BestCompaniesAZ and our calling – and has been for 15 years. We knew that better workplaces would create better lives, better communities, and more profitable businesses. Although it wasn’t about the money, the financial success was proven to be a benefit for best companies. Ten years ago, we were excited… Read More →

Geena Davis will speak at United Way event in Phoenix

Geena Davis, an Academy Award winning actor who is one of Hollywood’s most respected stars, is coming to Phoenix to speak at a luncheon presented by the Women’s Leadership Council of the Valley of the Sun United Way. “We Are UNITED,” a fundraising event to help fund Valley of the Sun United Way’s Breakfast in… Read More →

Business women invited to try out for mini-TED Talk

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For the third consecutive year, Conscious Connections, a Valley-based organization that leads a community of highly conscious business women, is holding auditions for its Take the Stage program from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25. Six business women will be selected to participate in Take the Stage where they will create a mini-TED Talk… Read More →

Dawn Meidinger appointed environmental group chair at Fennemore Craig

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Fennemore Craig Phoenix office Partner Dawn Meidinger has been appointed as the new Practice Group Chair of the firm’s natural resources, energy and environmental law practice group. “Dawn possesses a deep knowledge of the law relating to natural resources, energy and the environment,” said Steve Good, managing partner of Fennemore Craig. “We are proud to have her on… Read More →

Report: Women-owned businesses earn less annual revenue

Is it a dilemma or a challenge? More women are starting and succeeding as U.S. small-business owners and entrepreneurs – many in industries once considered unthinkable for them – than men, yet average annual revenues of women-owned businesses are lower than those of their male counterparts. The 2015 State of Women-Owned Business Report (AMEX Open,… Read More →

Nicole Stanton appointed to James E. Rogers College of Law board

The law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Phoenix office managing partner Nicole Stanton has been appointed to the Board of Visitors of the James E. Rogers College of Law. Members of the Board work to serve as both advisors to, and ambassadors for, the college, meeting once a year to discuss… Read More →

ATHENA Leadership Award winners give advice on success

ATHENA Leadership Award

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announced three ATHENA Leadership Award winners on Oct. 26 during the 29th Annual ATHENA Awards Luncheon. The three honored at this year’s luncheon were Catherine Alonzo, founding partner of Javelina, who received the Young Professional Award, Rebecca Clyde, co-founder and CXO of Ideas Collide, winner of the Businesswoman of the Year… Read More →

The challenges to recruiting and retaining women in tech

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Technical recruiter Speak With A Geek (SWAG) is using its voice in the industry to raise awareness about the unique challenges faced by women in technology. The Bay Area agency hopes to educate and provide a deeper analysis into the topic of a lack of female representation in technology. “Beginning almost at birth, girls receive… Read More →

KeatsConnelly appoints Sally A. Taylor as CEO

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Phoenix-based KeatsConnelly, the largest cross-border wealth management firm in North America that specializes in helping Canadians and Americans realize their dreams of a cross-border lifestyle, appointed Sally A. Taylor to chief executive officer and Bryant E. Andrus to president, respectively. In her new role, Taylor will be leading and setting the strategy for the company,… Read More →