Why do many women execs leave?

October 19, 2009

Xavier University business professor tries to find out

The turnover rate for women in top positions was 33 percent, but for men it was 19 percent. And it was even higher in functions such as law, marketing, research and development, and operations.

… women in these positions were actually getting better positions in different organizations and perhaps becoming CEOs. Women became very sought-after in government and private business. Some became deans in big universities.

And many women started their own companies. Their family was the reason they left the workforce, but they did not want to just take care of their families. They used the opportunities and flexibility to start their own organizations.

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Woman wins Nobel Prize in Economics for first time ever

October 15, 2009

For the first time ever, a woman has won the Nobel Prize in Economics.

Elinor Ostrom, a seventy-six year old professor of political science at Indiana University won the $1.4 million dollar prize for her research into how natural resources or “common property can be successfully managed by user associations”.  She shares the prize with fellow American, Oliver Williamson, of the University of California, Berkeley.

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Lunch buddies needed for 11/13/09

October 8, 2009

On Friday, November 13, 2009, over 2500 girls at 15 Ohio college

campuses will gather for a fabulous day of hand-on activities ad they

explore the opportunities in technology.  More information can be found

on the website: http://www.weareit.org


Locally, Miami University Hamilton will host 200 girls for an exciting

day of learning.


The Women’s Circuit is proud to support this event for the third year.

We are looking for women lunch buddies.  Basically sit at the tables

with the girls and guide the conversation, sharing your experiences and



To become a lunch buddy or support this event, please contact Katie

Bauer <bauerka@muohio.edu> or call (513) 785-3173

Women use social media more than men: what’s news orgs’ response?

October 6, 2009

News organizations, take note: More women than men are using social media, a new study says.

The study, from Information is Beautiful, uses Google Ad Planner numbers to come up with its conclusion that more women than men use many popular social networks. Digg stands out because 64 percent of users are men. LinkedIn and YouTube are tied, genderwise.

You can view that data yourself, but here are some findings I found interesting:

Twitter: 57 percent women users.

Facebook: 57 percent women users.

Flickr: 55 percent women users.

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Northern Kentucky Girls STEM Forum

October 5, 2009

Northern Kentucky Girls STEM Forum

The Northern Kentucky Girls STEM Forum is targeting educators, parents, students and business leaders for an opportunity to learn about the skills needed and career opportunities available related to science, technology, engineering and math education across the region.

Northern Kentucky Girls STEM Forum

General Cable

4 Tesseneer Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41076

DATE: November 10, 2009


FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Amanda Dixon at 859-578-6396 or adixon@nkychamber.com

Science, math in vogue at Hughes

October 2, 2009

“(STEM) is really a shift in what you value,” Johnson said. “Do you value making sure kids can answer multiple-choice questions about vocabulary, or do you want to develop the next generation of critical thinkers and problem solvers who are going to do the critical things we need?”

The old Hughes Center is no longer accepting new students, although current 10th-, 11th- and 12th-graders will be able to finish their studies. As those classes graduate, the new STEM program will grow one grade per year. By 2013, the transformation will be complete.

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Cincinnati Women Bloggers

September 21, 2009


As the blogosphere evolves and redefines itself, questions of what’s ok and what’s not ok are bound to pop up. Join us at 10am on Saturday, September 26th and get all your questions – and ones you didn’t even know you should be asking – answered by leading area experts.
Featured speakers:
Dennis Hetzel is the NKY.com Manager for Cincinnati-based Enquirer Media. 
Stacy Cole is a practicing attorney with Graydon, Head & Ritchey, LLP  
The 2009 Kentucky Bar Association Convention held in Northern Kentucky this past June was host to this discussion originally. It is clear these are hot topics in very changing times and you won’t want to miss it. A presentation will be done by our experts with ample time for Q&A following. So if you’re wondering like the rest of us about topics like disclosure and sourcing and accepting money for reviews and proper use of…well, you get the idea…make time in your schedule for this very informative CWB offering.


Registration for this Saturday’s CWB meeting on Blogging and the Law is now open at Eventbrite

Join us for Happy Hour September 30th!

September 9, 2009

The Women’s Circuit is excited to be partnering with Anytime Happy Hour for the September’s Anytime Happy Hour. Mark your calendars:

Wednesday September 30th


at Incahoots in Blue Ash

RSVP to:  contactus@anytimehappyhours.com 


It promises to be the biggest and best of all our happy hours.

Become a Fan on Facebook 

Join the LinkedIn Group

Incahoots, a brand new restaurant in Blue Ash, has been selected for this month. It features a unique sports bar / trendy- bistro feel. It also has an outside sidewalk café area. Incahoots is only 10 minutes away from Hyde Park and closer for our Dayton friends.

Everyone loves meeting interesting people and going to new places. And to keep this vibrant feeling alive we have solicited feedback at each event. The key requests have been for larger and quieter places. We have listened. Incahoots will easily accommodate a crowd three times the size of our last event and eight times the parking. And, its acoustics are the best of any place we have ever been. You’ll love it!

Women gain in historic job shift

September 8, 2009

Women are on the verge of outnumbering men in the workforce for the first time, a historic reversal caused by long-term changes in women’s roles and massive job losses for men during this recession.


Women held 49.83 percent of the nation’s 132 million jobs in June and they’re gaining the vast majority of jobs in the few sectors of the economy that are growing, according to the most recent numbers available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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The 2009 Digital Hub Non-Conference

August 26, 2009

The Women’s Circuit is proud to be a supporter of this event.


September 24-25, 2009

After phenomenal success in 2008, Cincinnati’s Digital Hub Non-Conference is back with a vengeance! The Second Annual event promises “bigger & better” in promoting our region as the Digital Hub it is – the Hub of “All Things Digital” in advertising, design, marketing, communications and public relations. In 2009, instead of a single group calling the shots, the event is being driven by numerous local professional groups, all with interest in the same Big Idea.

Become a speaker >

Become a sponsor >

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