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Fast Company October 23, 2015

Associate Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Sava Berhane discusses how men have a role to play in changing workplace cultures to everyone’s advantage, not just women’s. 

Boston Globe October 13, 2015

US Representative Katherine Clark references research from Bentley’s Center for Women and Business stating that more than 70 percent of the people entering the workforce are women or people of color. 

Fortune October 6, 2015

Betsy Myers, founding director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business, identifies what company practices are leading to a decrease in productivity from women, men, and millennials in the workplace.  

by Kristen Walsh October 6, 2015

Big names like Google, Facebook and Twitter have openly admitted a lack of workforce diversity -- and their intent to ramp up recruitment efforts and change the landscape of Silicon Valley. But what happens once the hiring is over?

October 6, 2015

Bentley's original PreparedU research found that, despite tremendous strides, challenges continue to exist for women in the workplace — 77 percent of business decision-makers bel

by Melissa Massello September 28, 2015

How to solve gender equality issues in the workplace, with advice from CEOs, government officials, higher ed and professors.

TIME September 25, 2015

Time Magazine shares insight from founding director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business Betsy Meyers to teach readers a number of useful life skills.  

Leadership Wins September 19, 2015

Betsy Myers, founding director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business, conveys how successful leadership can be achieved.  

Business Insider September 3, 2015

Founding Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers says Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer demonstrates that women can have a successful career and children.

Fast Company August 28, 2015

Sava Berhané, associate director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business, discusses why mentoring programs are not doing enough to advance women’s careers. 

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