#SeeHer related issues in the news.
As the first and only female African-American public address announcer in Major League Baseball — and still just one of two women stadium announcers in MLB — Brooks-Moon is revered as a trailblazer. Now she’s leading other women on the trail.
Secret, a sponsor of the US Women's National Soccer team, is now supporting its members' fight for pay equity as well.
Serena Williams may have lost Wimbledon, but that won’t stop her from focusing on her activism.
Michael Strahan said he believes that the fight for equal pay among women and men in sports shouldn’t just be a "moment."
SK-II and Katie Couric will leave consumers grabbing for the tissues thanks to its #ChangeDestiny campaign about young women achieving their hopes while fighting against traditional expectations.
Sports and entertainment agency Wasserman, which was founded by entertainment exec Casey Wasserman and represents thousands of athletes, coaches and social media influencers, has announced it is launching a new division dedicated to raising the visib
InStyle's third Badass Women issue is here!
The Fifa Women’s World Cup represented a turning point for women's football and sport with the unparalleled backing from sponsors and fans.
The U.S. national women’s soccer team achieved a spectacular World Cup repeat yesterday, beating the Netherlands in a tense final in Lyon, France, and the game also provided a strong finish for Fox in the ratings.
Athletics are often championed as an excellent way to learn the power of teamwork, dedication, goal setting, pushing your limits and playing through pain.
This Fifa Women’s World Cup has been the most successful ever – drawing financial backing from household names as well as record viewing figures.
L’Oréal is entering a new period of transformation it calls ‘marketing 3.0’; something the 110-year-old beauty giant hopes will help it to stay relevant and keep pace in a fast-growing market and create a more trustworthy digital economy for both brands and consumers.