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Last retreat in 2017

on Tue, 2017-11-07 01:54

This past weekend, ten women gathered for the 11th Principle Quest retreat.

Next year will include two more retreats in April and November.

National Coalition of Girls' Schools Keynote

on Fri, 2017-06-30 13:07

National Coalition of Girls' Schools event #NCGS17 featured Marne Levine, COO of Instagram in a fireside chat with Ann Klotz. An inspiring and pragmatic talk, after which Principle Quest Foundation hosted delegates to a reception for local alumnae and faculty from the D.C. area all girls schools.  #puttingmoneywheremouthis

A Wealth of Opportunity Overlooked - but not for long!

on Fri, 2016-12-30 14:08

Congratulations to Gayle Jennings O'Byrne, whose financial acumen now laser focused on start ups by women of color was recently profiled in Forbes. These companies are growing fast and repesent 8 out of 10 start ups founded by women. Continued success to you, Maya Ventures, the Harriet Fund and Harriet Angels.

How Are We Feminists Doing Now?

on Fri, 2016-11-25 00:55

Are we making progress toward feminist goals or are we doomed to setbacks in the new order post-2016 elections?

Has unconscious bias and resentment toward women become more acceptable? Or with all the intense media attention has sexism become less acceptable?

Are there actions women can take today to bring about genuine change? What role, if any, should men play in that movement?

Do women who choose (and can afford to) to stay home as homemakers betray feminist principles? If not, how should our society demonstrate respect for these women?

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Is Courage What's Needed Or Men's Willingness to Change?

on Sun, 2014-04-06 14:19

Read about the challenges women face in the world of tech:

Question: Should a woman get out in protest or become the boss and change this toxic culture from within?


I Mourn the Passing of My Dear Friend Feminism

on Sat, 2013-11-16 12:21

Would "Feminism's heart be broken if she were alive today?" Are we capable of turning around this culture before we crash? When we crash into the inevitable results of our hypersexualized and misogynistic culture, who will we turn to then? Wendy MacGregor delivers a disturbing eulogy.