Grossman to head Initiative for a Competitive Inner City

Steve Grossman, former Treasurer of Massachusetts has been named chief executive officer of the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, a Roxbury-based organization that has been helping urban entrepreneurs and inner-city business for 20 years.

BU prof champions hospitality administration career potential

The Boston University School of Hospitality Administration has a major asset in Assistant Professor Erinn Tucker, who is teaching her students that hospitality experience opens doors well beyond just working at a hotel or restaurant, and that they can play ...

Partners, Mass. League of Community Health Centers provide workforce training

Partners HealthCare and the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers collaborate to provide workforce training at area health centers.

Say Yes to Success: Tap your talent with an open mind

Learn to tap your talents in the workplace.

The BASE gives Boston kids a game plan for life

The BASE provides a baseball-oriented development program to a predominantly latino and black group of youth. But baseball is just half the story.

The New Boston Office of Women's Advancement takes aim at pay equity

The Boston Office of Women’s Advancement and the recently revitalized Boston Women’s Commission have a broad mission aimed at improving the lives of women and girls throughout the city, starting with pay equality.

2020 Women on Boards

2020 Women on Boards, a national nonprofit advocacy group, blazes a trail for gender equality on corporate boards.

Science Club for Girls - Celebrating its 20th Anniversary this fall

Science Club for Girls encourages young women and minorities to pursue educations that will prepare them to participate in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) economy.

Susan Windham-Bannister- CEO of Mass Life Sciences Center

Susan Windham-Bannister has directed the Massachusetts Life Sciences center for Governor Deval Patrick since the $1 billion initiative was launched in 2008. She set up the center and developed its programs, which have boosted the state’s economy.

Career Opportunities - MBTA seeking Chief of Police

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Chief of Police

Research finds entrepreneurs of color face more hurdles to success

According to research from the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University, minority entrepreneurs who feel their road to success is more difficult than others may not be imagining things. The researchers found that entrepreneurs of color ...

Entrepreneurs of color push women-owned business growth in U.S.

Women of color have become the driving force of the rise in women-owned firms in the United States. According to reports, they are doing so despite more obstacles and are driven to entrepreneurship as a result of structural limits in ...

How to hire exceptional people each and every time

The most important aspect of any business is recruiting, selecting, and retaining top people. Research shows those organizations that spend more time recruiting high-caliber people earn 22 percent higher return to shareholders than their industry peers

Boston opens Office of Women’s Advancement

The Office of Women’s Advancement will oversee and coordinate the Mayor Martin Walsh’s initiatives to promote equal rights and equal economic, social, political and educational opportunities for all women and girls throughout the city.

Thai Lee, head of largest minority- and woman-owned business in U.S. honored

Thai Lee, president and CEO of one of the U.S.’s top-20 IT companies SHI International Corp., has been named to the CRN 2014 Women of the Channel list, and has been recognized as one of this year’s inaugural Power 50 ...