Written by Patty Rasmussen Tuesday, November 15 2011The Board of Directors Network, Georgia, had reason to celebrate at its annual dinner in October. The reason: A majority of Georgia’s 136 public companies, for the first time, has a woman seated on the board.
Written by Patty Rasmussen Thursday, August 18 2011
Three girls’ schools, one each in Atlanta, Dallas, and Miami, teach more than the ABCs. Students are encouraged to venture out into the world, and, often, the girls return with a desire – and a plan – to lend a hand.
Written by Carol Carter Thursday, July 28 2011
One in three American mothers struggles to provide diapers for her babies. Huggies is working to change that.
Written by Corinne Garcia Tuesday, May 31 2011
“Research has shown that the earlier the intervention, the more success the child will have in her future. We must provide for children what they cannot do for themselves, and the working poor need more than just safety and food. The future work force must have a quality introduction to learning.”
Written by Corinne Garcia Thursday, December 23 2010
One in three mothers in the United States has to cut back on household necessities in order to afford diapers. Some are forced to reuse soiled diapers, and some miss work because they can’t afford the number of daily diapers required at day care centers.