These days almost every industry has its share of outstanding women entrepreneurs. The list starts at the top of the business food-chain with first-time women CEOs such as Mary Barra of General Motors and IBM’s Ginni Rometty. This is followed with more CEOs, in other fields such as education, social media, and the non-profit sector. In addition, woman entrepreneurial power comes in teams that are co-founding the next big thing. Here is a glimpse of this diverse group of women professionals with expertise, insight, and vision for innovating and trendsetting.
The times they are a-changin’. Those lyrics seem eerily appropriate almost fifty years later. In that time many things have changed, change seemed rapid and incessant. Over the years the way we work has also changed. Back in th e1960’s the U.S. was primarily made up of Blue collar workers. Now we are increasingly white collar tellecommuters.