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NPR’s ‘How I Built This’ Summit With Guy Raz Returns To San Francisco Fall 2019
Business Wire, 8 April 2019

Beyer: ‘Mueller Report Should Be Released Soon’
Nicholas F. Benton, Falls Church News-Press Online, 27 March 2019

Is Betomania Real or Phony?
Thomas B. Edsall, The New York Times, 20 March 2019

POLITICO Playbook PM: A look at the White House’s top priority: USMCA
Jake Sherman, Anna Palmer, Daniel Lippman, Garrett Ross, and Eli Okun; POLITICO; 13 March 2019

International Women’s Day: How the Meetings Industry Is Doing Its Part
Samantha Whitehorne, Associations Now, 7 March 2019

In the ‘Year of the Woman,’ Many Were Missing From International Reporting
Gabby Deutch, The Atlantic, 11 February 2019

#1539: Training Women To Run For Office
Allison Dunne, WAMC, 18 January 2018

CES was all about autonomy — except when it came to women
Rachel Lowenstein, Campaign US, 18 January 2019

More sexist controversy at CES 2019
Sharon Florentine, CIO, 18 January 2019

Nightclub dancers, booth girls and VR porn: the sleazy underbelly of CES, the world's biggest tech show
Hannah Boland and Olivia Rudgard, The Telegraph, 12 January 2019

CES 2019 is meeting its gender-diversity problems head-on
Georgia Frances King, Quartz, 10 January 2019

CES responds to backlash with four women keynote speakers
Anne Stych, Bizwomen, 8 January 2019

World's largest tech show has learned a lesson on gender equity
Karen Graham, Digital Journal, 5 January 2019

Tech’s big gadget show edges closer to gender equity
Barbara Ortutay, AP News, 4 January 2019

CES Makes Up (Partly) For 2018’s Zero Women Debacle
Tina Casey, TriplePundit, 4 January 2019

Tech’s big gadget show edges closer to gender equity
Joseph Pisani, Associated Press News, 4 January 2019

Has CES Finally Fixed its Diversity Problem?
John Loeffler, Interesting Engineering, 31 December 2018

The trouble with girls: obstacles to women’s success in medicine and research
Laurie Garrett, The BMJ, 13 December 2018

In a 180 from last year, GenderAvenger praises CES keynote diversity
Sean Captain, Fast Company, 28 November 2018

5 ways to erase the gender gap at work
Megan Woolhouse, The Boston Globe, 25 October 2018

IBM’s Rometty will keynote at CES, breaking an all-guy streak
Harry McCracken, Fast Company, 1 August 2018

Experts Weigh In On 'Marketing to Women In the #MeToo Era'
Patty Odell, Chief Marketer, 21 June 2018

How to end misogyny in the news industry: An open letter to the international journalism community
Nieman Journalism Lab, 19 June 2018

Media professionals outline 14 steps to combat industry sexism after conference controversy
IJNet, 19 June 2018

Biotech convention offers exhibit A in case for women at the top
Hilary Potts, The Boston Globe, 5 June 2018

BIO conference will feature 25 all-male panels — along with a 30 percent increase in female speakers
Rebecca Robbins, STAT, 1 June 2018

At biotech's biggest showcase, the lineup is light on female speakers
Shirley Leung, The Boston Globe, 31 May 2018

All-Male Panels Are Not Going Away Until We Get Up & Walk The Heck Out
YJ Fischer, Bustle, 22 May 2018

How to Get More Women's Voices in the Media
David Leonhardt, The New York Times, 14 May 2018

I'm Not Quoting Enough Women
David Leonhardt, The New York Times, 13 May 2018

Why just 7 of the fastest-growing British businesses are led by a woman
Ekaterina Bystrova, Business Matters, 23 April 2018

Agency Brief: An Updated Way to Call Out Sexism; Wongdoody Gets Acquired
Megan Graham, AdAge, 13 April 2018

Wednesday Buzz: An App That Takes On All-Male Panels
Raegan Johnson, Associations Now, 11 April 2018

Equal Pay Day, Tammy Duckworth, Loretta Lynch: Broadsheet April 10
Valentina Zarya, Fortune, 10 April 2018

Want to Blow the Whistle on All-Male Panels? There’s an App For That
Kristen Bellstrom, Fortune, 9 April 2018

Manels, the GenderAvenger is Coming After You.
Barbara Palmer, PCMA Convene, 28 March 2018

Women in tech organize alternate events
Anne Stych, Bizwomen, 8 March 2018

La France mise à l’honneur au salon géant de l’innovation technologique de Las Vegas
Viviane Chocas, Madame Figaro, 6 February 2018

C'mon, TechBros, Stripper Robots?
Tracy Staedter, Dame Magazine, 25 January 2018

Why Turning Tech Pink Is Not The Answer
Amy Blankson, Forbes, 16 January 2018

The totally normal, completely unsurprising lack of women at CES
Jessica Conditt, Engadget, 15 January 2018

Hey, CES, How About These Women as Speakers?
Hadley Keller, Architectural Digest, 10 January 2018

Women May Not Be Leading Keynotes At CES, But They're Not Staying Silent
Madeline Buxton, Refinery29, 9 January 2018

First Post: Doing Great Things
Micah L. Sifry, Civicist, 8 January 2018

CES 2018: Event chief reacts to sexist speaker list row
Leo Kelion, BBC News, 8 January 2018

CES Responds To Protests About Their Lack Of Female Keynote Speakers
Sarah Midkiff, Refinery29, 7 January 2018

Launch of world’s biggest tech show CES overshadowed by sexism row
James Titcomb, The Telegraph, 7 January 2018

After outcry, CES sponsor says more women will be heard at confab
Edward Moyer, CNET, 6 January 2017

CES fail: No women keynote addresses triggers backlash
Jessica Guynn, USA Today, 5 January 2018

Women need to be onstage at Consumer Electronics Show. It's a #MeToo thing.
Gina Glantz, USA Today, 19 December 2017

Whoops! CES Forgot About Diversity, and They Heard About It
Aparna Nayak, Tech Funnel, 12 December 2017

Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Addresses CES 2018 Gender Imbalance
Shirley Brady, brandchannel, 11 December 2017

Twitter announces all-women speaker lineup at major tech event
Heather Kelly, CNN Tech, 11 December 2017

A Big Question for a Big Tech Show: Where Are the Women?
David McMillin, PCMA, 11 December 2017

All-male panels are going extinct and this is a big reason why
Katerina Ang, Moneyish, 8 December 2017

This Week in Tech: BIG's East Austin District to Be Powered by Solar Panel Roof
Architect Staff, Architect Magazine, 8 December 2017

Gender-Debatte: Keine Frauen bei der CES
Irmela Schwab, LEAD digital, 7 December 2017

Le CES répond sur la diversité dans ses keynotes
Next INpact, 6 December 2017

CES es criticada por no incluir a mujeres en sus conferencias
Money, 6 December 2017

With No Women Keynote Speakers, Does CES Have a Diversity Problem?
Lauren Johnson, Adweek, 5 December 2017

CES slammed for not including any female keynote speakers this year
Sean Captain, Fast Company, 4 December 2017

Marketers Lash CES for Lack of Women Keynote Speakers
Megan Graham, AdAge, 4 December 2017

The Tech Industry's Biggest Event Of The Year Is Being Called Out
Madeline Buxton, Refinery29, 4 December 2017

CES catches backlash for announcing all-male keynote speaker lineup
Minda Smiley, The Drum, 4 December 2017

WeWork Is Buying Meetup Amid an Increasingly Disconnected World
Jessi Hempel, Wired, 28 November 2017

There’s No Excuse for All-Male Panels. Here’s How to Fix Them.
Brigid Schulte, Slate, 6 October 2017

State of the Innovation
Briefing, October 2017

Love Has No Labels Releases Gaming Experience to Celebrate a Diverse Group of Everyday Heroes Fighting for Acceptance and Inclusion of All
PR Newswire, 29 August 2017

Increase Diversity In The Legal Profession By Ending All-Male Panels
Jeena Cho, Above the Law, 21 August 2017

Increase Diversity in the Legal Profession by Ending All-Male Panels
Jeena Cho, Jeena Cho, 20 August 2017

Don’t call me “Mrs.” Call me “Doctor.”
Jennifer Lycette,, 23 July 2017

Female doctors find bias in how they're introduced
Janice Neumann, Standard-Examiner, 25 June 2017

Why are female doctors introduced by first name while men are called ‘Doctor’?
Janice Neumann, The Washington Post, 24 June 2017

Asked More Often: Gender Differences in Faculty Workload in Research Universities and the Work Interactions That Shape Them
KerryAnn O’Meara, Alexandra Kuvaeva, Gudrun Nyunt, Chelsea Waugaman, and Rose Jackson, American Educational Research Journal, 21 June 2017

The Emptiness of the All-Male Panel
Lauren M. Whaley, Undark, 6 June 2017

Women In Medicine: Female Physicians Get Called 'Doctor' Less Than Their Male Colleagues
Stav Ziv, Newsweek, 24 May 2017

Creative Commons Summit 2017: Coming together as a community of gratitude and sharing
Jennie Rose Halperin, Creative Commons, 15 May 2017

CES organisers face backlash following all-male keynote lineup
Janice Tan, Marketing Interactive, 12 May 2017

First Post: Valley Values
Jessica McKenzie, Civic Hall's Civicist, 3 May 2017

Are your panel introductions gendered? Tips for moderators
Denise Graveline, Moderating Panels, 2 May 2017

5 ways women can get ahead in the tech industry in 2017
Sarah Pawson, Fruition, 18 January 2017

Can We Finally End the All-Male Panel?
Kelly J. Baker, Vitae, 17 January 2017

The Media’s Woman Problem In A Trump Age
Tal Abbady, Ms. Magazine, 2 January 2017

Yonatan Kogan: Encouraging Gender balance at conferences
Yonatan Logan, Chi Hack Night, 16 December 2016

Women Should See Themselves in Politics
Gina Glantz, Diversity Woman, October 2016

Hillary Clinton’s Run May Be Historic but Female Political Pundits Still Overlooked
Robin Lally, Rutgers Today, 17 October 2016

GenderAvenger: Who makes the news?
Dana Rubin, LinkedIn's Pulse, 16 October 2016

All-male panels face backlash
Sarah Murray, Financial Times, 28 September 2016

Overwhelmingly white male lineup at a medical conference sparks ‘public shaming’
Meghana Keshavan, STAT, 15 September 2016

How Well Are Women Represented As Speakers At Your Events?
Samantha Whitehorn, Associations Now, 1 July 2016

Congrats, you have a (nearly) all-male Mackinac conference
Nancy Kaffer, Detroit Free Press, 2 June 2016

Study: Megyn Kelly Features Fewer Female Guests Than Her Rivals
Bryn Elise Sandberg, The Hollywood Reporter, 18 May 2016

To end all-male panels, more men are speaking up
Oliver Staley, Quartz, 10 May 2016

Dude, Where Are The Women? #AllMalePanels In Global Development
Malaka Gharib, NPR'S Goats and Soda, 9 May 2016

GenderAvenger doesn’t shut up when women are shut out
Ryan Kost, San Francisco Chronicle, 19 April 2016

Implicit Bias
Nikita Lalwani and Sam Winter-Levy, London Review of Books blog, 7 April 2016

Why It Matters #WhoTalks During The 2016 Presidential Election
Concepcion De Leon,, 5 April 2016

Stop Agreeing To Be On All-Male Panels — Just Stop
Emily Peck, HuffPost Business, 15 March 2016

'Fox & Friends' Not So Friendly For Female Pundits
Gina Glantz, Fortune, 15 March 2016

Most election commentators are men. This project is trying to help change that.
Emily Crockett, Vox, 10 March 2016

Are women part of media’s important conversations?
Gina Darnaud, Global Citizen, 10 March 2016

Study Launched To Monitor Gender Balance Of TV Analysts In The 2016 Presidential Election
Media Matters Staff, Media Matters for America, 9 March 2016

#WhoTalks Project to Monitor Cable/News Analysts & Gender in 2016 Presidential Election
Women's Media Center, 8 March 2016

7 Rules for Avoiding All-Male Panels
Jacqueline O'Neill, Foreign Policy, 8 March 2016

Ellen Pao: Silicon Valley Sexism IS Getting Better
Ellen Pao, Lenny Letter, 11 November 2015

GenderAvenger (a review)
The Toolbox, October 2015

Tyra Banks preaches female empowerment
CNN Money, 20 October 2016

Jean, Gina, Sarah, Laura, and Morihiro
Papel & Caneta, 6 October 2015

The Eloquent Woman's weekly speaker toolkit
Denise Graveline, The Eloquent Woman, 5 October 2015

Click on each of the two images below to watch our Founder Gina Glantz on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry, which aired 12 September 2015:

EQxD Get Real: Check your bias blind spot
Sharon George, Equity by Design [EQxD], 31 August 2015

Gina Glantz: When celebrating women traps them in a silo
Women's Voices Women's Vote Action Fund, 24 August 2015

When celebrating women traps them in a silo
Gina Glantz | GenderAvenger Founder, The Washington Post, 23 August 2015

Gender Avenger Hall of Fame, 2 years in a row
Wade Kwon, Y'All Connect, 10 August 2015

First Post: Social Orders
Micah L. Sifry, Civicist, 30 July 2015

5 Everyday Actions You Can Take to Support Gender Equality (and They're Not All What You'd Expect)
HuffPost Impact, 15 July 2015

GenderAvenger Pledge and Not Waiting a Moment to Improve the World
HuffPost Politics, 24 June 2015

Gender and the Environment Movement, 6 June 2015

"All male panel", les plateaux 100% masculins n'ont jamais été aussi drôles
Les Nouvelle, 22 May 2015

Is Your Communication Bias-Free and Inclusive?
Change Conversations², 18 May 2015

This App Is The Perfect Tool for Fighting Sexism In the Workplace
The Daily Dot, 6 May 2015

Only Men At Your Event? This Blog Will Shame You
BBC Trending, 27 March 2015

GenderAvenger Site Lets Users Spotlight Gender Inequality
Milkwaukee Journal Sentinel, 26 March 2015

GenderAvenger App Tracks South By Southwest
The Other Press, 23 March 2015

Biological Sciences: Department Matters Newsletter
Macquarie University, 20 March 2015

Dr. Kat Holt Receives International Rising Talent Award In Paris
L’Oréal Australia: For Women In Science, 18 March 2015

Google's Eric Schmidt Caught Out By Diversity Manager for 'Manterrupting'
Financial Review, 17 March 2015

App GenderAvenger mostra presença feminina em eventos, painéis ou entrevistas
B9, 17 March 2015

Four Times We Can Use the GenderAvenger App
Daily Life, 17 March 2015

GenderAvenger, l'appli qui fait l'infographie de l'inégalité des sexes
Libération, 17 March 2015

GenderAvenger App Lets You Shame SXSW Panels With No Women
MSN, 16 March 2015

The GenderAvenger App Lets You Call Out SXSW Panels With No Women
The Mary Sue, 16 March 2015

Where My Ladies At? GenderAvenger Tracks Inequality at SXSW and Beyond
MTV, 16 March 2015

GenderAvenger App Lets You Shame SXSW Panels With No Women
Mashable, 16 March 2015

New App Lets You Publicly Shame SXSW Panels With No Women
The Daily Dot, 15 March 2015

GenderAvenger Wants You to Report All-Male SXSW Panels With Its Simple App
GOOD, 13 March 2015

Aspen Institute plays down Security Forum's gender gap
Rick Carroll, The Aspen Times, 8 March 2015

5 Everyday Actions You Can Take to Support Gender Equality (And They're Not All What You'd Expect)
OxFam America First Person Blog, 3 March 2015

GenderAvenger's New App Is Keeping Track of All-Male Panels at SXSW (And Elsewhere)
ShinyShiny, March 2015

GenderAvenger On MSNBC's Krystal Clear!
Krystal Clear with Krystal Ball, 28 January 2015

The Mysterious Absence of Women from Middle East Policy Debates
The Washington Post, 20 January 2015

How to Ethically and Responsibly Identify Gender in Large Datasets
PBS Idea Lab, 21 November 2014

GenderAvenger Tool Helps You Chart Women Speakers at Conferences
The Eloquent Woman, 16 July 2014

New Tool Aims for Gender Parity at Conferences
MSNBC, 10 June 2014

Where Are All the Women at Finance Conferences?
Fortune, 18 October 2013

Women, Women Everywhere — But There?!?
The Huffington Post, 5 August 2013