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It's absurdly difficult to launch a product for women, by women.

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While more women are rising to the top of the corporate ladder, a question persists: Why do female CEOs still comprise such a small percentage of the highest leadership positions? Despite the fact that research underscores women's capabilities as corporate leaders and their positive effects on organizations.

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Rise as you raise others. That is the message driving the success of entrepreneur, Terri Brax. It has become her life's mission as she has expanded her reach from revamping child care services to empowering women across the country to pursue careers in technology.

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If you're someone, like myself, who loves to follow inspirational pages on Instagram then you have definitely seen countless quotes about a very uncomfortable topic– failure.

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Women have been severely underrepresented and underappreciated within the corporate world. Not only have women struggled for decades to attain top level positions, but we are often still passed over for them today despite being as qualified as our male contenders. However, studies now reveal that women who hold leadership positions are outperforming men, making their firms more profitable than when their male predecessors previously held the exact positions.

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Swaay is dedicated to elevating female voices and changing the narrative by celebrating the stories of women who are challenging the status quo and giving them a platform to participate in more meaningful conversations.
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