Washington, DC - The President and his Administration are focused on promoting middle class economics to ensure that all Americans can contribute to and benefit from our American resurgence. Part of that effort requires empowering every American with the education and training they need to earn higher wages.

Los Angeles, California - Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), a single source of leadership and talent consulting services, today released executive survey results showcasing the importance of diversity and inclusion programs.

Murrieta, California - The idea of a female solar task force sprang from a need identified by the founders of The Veteran Asset (TVA) - one who is a female entrepreneur, one who owns and operates a solar photovoltaic (PV) company, and one who recently retired from the US Marines with over 20 years of service. All three report that they see a driving need to recruit more women into the male-dominated renewable energy sector.

Santa Barbara, California - For decades, women in business strove to become members of the boys' club. We mimicked how men thought, communicated, and even dressed. But now, trying too hard to tap into our "masculine side" has gone the way of severely tailored 1980s power wear (complete with giant shoulder pads). Women have realized that we think and communicate differently—which means that we also lead differently. And—here's the best news—because our natural skill set is increasingly valued in the global economy, we're perfectly positioned to become today's and tomorrow's leaders.

West Lafayette, Indiana - Purdue University women innovators and entrepreneurs are making a strong statement about their role as faculty members, students, administrators and entrepreneurs.   From biomedical engineering to speech sciences to clothing designs, Purdue's entrepreneurially minded leaders are making life better across the globe.

Los Angeles, California - Korn Ferry, a single source of leadership and talent consulting services, today revealed the results of a workplace satisfaction survey showing the top reasons executives “love their job.” At the top of this list is workplace relationships with co-workers and clients (43 percent). Rounding out the top three reasons is company culture/values (18 percent) and growth opportunities (17 percent).