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K. Sujata, CEO of The Chicago Foundation for Women talks about the ongoing efforts to protest the artist and his music in light of allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse. more

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Resolutions guide us and keep us focused on the work ahead. Here at Chicago Foundation for Women (CFW), we resolve to make next year a better year for women and girls. more

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Empowering young women, working in the community and mentoring, discover how the Muslim Women's Alliance is shaping future leaders... more

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Chicago Foundation for Women CEO, K. Sujata explains the new philanthropic generation and how current political events in today's society have made a shift in gender movements and activism. more

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K. Sujata, CEO, Chicago Foundation for Women, shares her thoughts on increasing the number of women in the tech field. more

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Gender bias is something men and women all over the country experience. We asked a few Chicago Woman readers and supporters what gender bias looks like. more

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As we celebrate how far we have come in February with Black History Month, it is also important to realize how far we still have to go when concerning the wage gap black women face. more

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Chicago Foundation for Women's CEO and president K. Sujata is a positive force in Chicago's philanthropic community. She graces the cover of our December 2016 issue, sharing with us her past and future hopes and endeavors. more

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Friends and supporters of Chicago Woman magazine came out Monday evening to celebrate our December 2016 issue and the end of a fantastic year. more

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It is an interesting time for women. Election Day is just a few months away, and Hillary Clinton is making history as the presumptive nominee for a major political party. The Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of the women of Texas after voting. more

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Chicago, like most cities, has its share of problems. Here, in our Changemakers 2016 list, we highlight women all over the city who are, in their own way, making moves to change our city for the better. more

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Here's a peek at what's happening this month in the city, from supporting women's education around the globe to raising funds for ovarian and breast cancer. more

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Identifying opportunities for women and girls in Chicago is the singular mission of Chicago Foundation for Women President and CEO K. Sujata.The 100% Project initiative's mission is to increase women’s economic security and put an end to gender bias. more

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K. Sujata, CEO of The Chicago Foundation for Women talks about the ongoing efforts to protest the artist and his music in light of allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse. more

Life + Love

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After the expose and explosive flood of stories from women across the country, where do we go from here? K. Sujata of CFW discusses... more

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Resolutions guide us and keep us focused on the work ahead. Here at Chicago Foundation for Women (CFW), we resolve to make next year a better year for women and girls. more

Life + Love

Empowering young women, working in the community and mentoring, discover how the Muslim Women's Alliance is shaping future leaders... more

Profiles

Chicago Foundation for Women CEO, K. Sujata explains the new philanthropic generation and how current political events in today's society have made a shift in gender movements and activism. more

Influencers

rsz_women-1209678_1920.jpg

Unsplash

K. Sujata, CEO, Chicago Foundation for Women, shares her thoughts on increasing the number of women in the tech field. more

Work + Money

black women lagging in economic power.jpg

m-imagephotography Getty Images/iStockphoto

As we celebrate how far we have come in February with Black History Month, it is also important to realize how far we still have to go when concerning the wage gap black women face. more

New + Noteworthy

It is an interesting time for women. Election Day is just a few months away, and Hillary Clinton is making history as the presumptive nominee for a major political party. The Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of the women of Texas after voting. more

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