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I recently collaborated with the female founder of Piktochart to create this infographic about Investing in Women.  Piktochart is an infographic editor that helps non-designers make information beautiful. Piktochart was launched in end of March 2012 and now has over 26,000 free users and 1,200 paid users.

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Not only are women starting companies at 1.5 times the national average, women are also excelling in the classroom at record numbers; women now hold more bachelors and graduate degrees than men.

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Infographic. Women leaders, social media and entrepreneurship Click through Article: Can Tech Companies Continue To Innovate With No Women At The Table Fast Company #infographic

This business of training little humans. Well in my case medium humans. I am so honored to not only raise my brother, but to have a chance to help shape other teens for adulthood. SAC wouldn't be bad either, a lot of people lack the patience and perseverance to work with groups of kids. I can honestly say I am not one of them. Even though I'm mainly mst I do work with all ages groups at times and have loved every minute.

Fantastic infographic (I LOVE designers who can do this well!) about investing in women-owned startups, and gender differences in investors.

That's nearly twice the amount of illiterate men worldwide. UN studies have shown that increasing the literacy rate of women by 1% saves more children than increasing the amount of doctors 1%. This is why I'm a feminist.

More women are taking the reins on their finances, holding 60 percent of all personal wealth and 51 percent of all stocks in the U.S., according to Virginia Tech. In the office, 1.3 million are cashing in a cool $100,000-plus annually and running 40 percent of all private American businesses, according to marketing site She-conomy.