7 Exceptional Hispanic Women

7 Exceptional Hispanic Women

by Ambika Gogna Each year, the United States celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 to recognize the contributions made by Hispanic and Latino Americans to the U.S. In honor of the tremendous contributions made by Hispanic women, Women@TheFrontier has chosen to highlight 7 Exceptional Women who have been pioneers and groundbreakers in their fields. They set …

Space Survey

Women@TheFrontier Survey: Women in Space!

  Dear W@F Tribe, We know your time is important! But as part of our mission to identify the world’s female pioneers and game-changers, we’re asking your help to nominate trailblazers in the field of Space Exploration, Space Science, and Space Entrepreneurship. 

Judith Martinez Atlanta 5x5

Atlanta 5×5: Judith Martinez

Women@TheFrontier and Invest Atlanta have joined forces with The City of Atlanta to create a unique blog series called the Atlanta 5X5. Together, we’re compiling our list of the top 5 women Role Models, influencers, and visionaries in the Atlanta area. Today’s post celebrates Judith Martinez, an Emmy Award-winning journalist and entrepreneur, proving the power of heritage, networking, and community. By Amy Hyatt …

Jacqueline Jones Royster 3 steps to rising

Jacqueline Jones Royster’s 3 Steps To Rising

By Amy Hyatt Fonseca & Susan Fonseca Here’s the thing about water: like Samuel Taylor Coleridge said in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, it’s everywhere. Water makes up 71% of the Earth’s surface and approximately 60% of the human body. It’s so abundant that at times, we forget we owe our existence to those tiny droplets of molecules.

Jacqueline Jones Royster

Atlanta 5×5 Profile: Jacqueline Jones Royster

Women@TheFrontier and Invest Atlanta have joined forces with The City of Atlanta to create a unique blog series called the Atlanta 5X5. Together, we’re compiling our list of the top 5 women Role Models, influencers, and visionaries in the Atlanta area. Today’s post celebrates Jacqueline Jones Royster, a leader at one of the top universities in the world who is connecting …

Carol Tome Atlanta 5x5

Atlanta 5X5 Profile: Carol Tomé

Women@TheFrontier and Invest Atlanta have joined forces with The City of Atlanta to create a unique blog series called the Atlanta 5X5. Together, we’re compiling our list of the top 5 women Role Models, influencers, and visionaries in the Atlanta area. From Deal Queen to Queen of Heart–find out how The Home Depot’s CFO has become one of the most …

Atlanta 5x5: Grace Fricks

Atlanta 5X5 Profile: Grace Fricks

Women@TheFrontier and Invest Atlanta have joined forces with The City of Atlanta to create a unique blog series called the Atlanta 5X5. Together, we’re compiling our list of the top 5 women Role Models, influencers, and visionaries in the Atlanta area. Today’s post celebrates Grace Fricks, a southern-born visionary challenging the status quo and leading small business owners toward financial …

Atlanta 5x5

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Atlanta’s Claire Yum Arnold

By Amy Hyatt Fonseca & Susan Fonseca Atlanta business icon, Claire ‘Yum’ Arnold serves as CEO of Atlanta’s Leapfrog Services Inc., a company that leverages Fortune 500 technology to a broad array of businesses and nonprofits. In a previous post, we shared with you how Arnold embraces her inner compass to achieve success. But there is so much more to this influencer.

Atlanta 5x5: Claire Yum Arnold

Atlanta 5X5 Profile: Claire Yum Arnold

Women@TheFrontier and Invest Atlanta have joined forces with The City of Atlanta to create a unique blog series called the Atlanta 5X5. Together, we’re compiling our list of the top 5 women Role Models, influencers, and visionaries in the Atlanta area. In today’s post meet Claire ‘Yum’ Arnold, the Atlanta CEO proving you don’t have to ‘fake it until you …

The Invisible Face of Agriculture: How Technology and Education Shape the Lives of Women

Around the globe, women are the Invisible Faces of Agriculture. Their roles in the economy often underestimated and work in agriculture overlooked. But there maybe a solution. Find out how education and technology can become a powerful antidote to poverty.  By Amy H. Fonseca Is this who you think of when I say farming and agriculture?   Or this?   The …