Author: Beth Gitlin
Publisher: Florida Today
Date: March 25, 2014
During Women’s History Month, we recognize the individual successes of female leaders throughout history, as well as the overall improvement of work and personal environments for women over time.
At the Florida Institute of Technology’s Women’s Business Center, we hosted a luncheon to honor a handful of incredible, local female leaders who we feel have truly gone above and beyond in their own organizations and in their contributions to the Space Coast.
During the time I’ve been with the Women’s Business Center, I’ve noticed there really is a unique opportunity for corporations, schools and associations to foster a culture of entrepreneurship for women. Why would a corporation, for example, have interest in fostering entrepreneurial thinking, when on the surface, it sounds like that type of environment may only cause valuable workers to pursue their own ventures and leave the corporation high and dry? Read more here.