women inventors

Lisa DeLuca, who just happens to be the most prolific female inventor in all of IBM's history, a famous TED talk speaker, and published author, traded in her heels and business suit for a baby carrier during the final day of the IBM InterConnect Conference.
In a world that has a thousand beatings in store for you every day you get up, you have two choices. Either you get seriously humble, or you get spectacularly lucky. These options are illustrated by investment differences between men and women.
Kwolek was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for her invention of Kevlar. At the induction, she was escorted to the stage by a policeman whose Kevlar bulletproof vest had saved his life.
"This is a Man's World" may have been the long-running theme song of our capital markets for decades, but when it comes to the investment field, women are singing a different tune. And companies may want to learn the lyrics.
Yes, it's Women's History Month, and I'm on the college lecture circuit. Like I tell the students: February is Black History Month, March is Women's History Month, and the rest of the year is for white guys.
My mother looked like Grace Kelly in her prime and acted like Shirley MacLaine in Terms of Endearment