I marvel at how many different ways there are to become "famous" these days...reality TV (hello, Kardashians!), YouTube, and so forth and yet how hard it can be to be recognized for substantive and positive, world-changing accomplishments.
From a changing legislative landscape, to a dramatically evolving cultural and social backdrop, the path of women entrepreneurs is marked by sometimes surprising obstacles and often inspiring triumphs.
March happens to be Women's History Month. While we all know that for the next month we can look forward to occasional references to our country's greatest women, you may not know that we still don't have a national museum to honor the contributions of women.
Meryl Streep's recent speech pointed out the ridiculous fact that we still don't have an actual National Women's History Museum. The bill that would make it possible has been submitted every year for seven years.
Of the 211 statues in our nation's Capitol, only 11 are of female leaders. This is not because great women didn't exist. It is simply the case that we can do a great deal better in telling the whole story.