Thanks for taking the time to write this article! It is indeed INSPIRING to read about people with the "can do" attitude. I am going to check out "Girl Develop It" to see if they have any programs in place to help women who cannot afford the $90 mentioned in the article. This is needed for both the women that can afford their fee and those that cannot. We have way too many women living on the streets due to being too old and not have a replacement career to get another job after being laid off. http://rockportinstitute.com/
Women, women, women, women. No wonder AOL has lost so many male subscribers. What will interest me is when the de jure sex discrimination created and perpetuated by the federal Selective Service Act finally ends and the first woman in America is required to register her body for a possible military draft (under threat of five years imprisonment and loss of federal funding for college tuition for noncompliance) just like male Americans have, for decades, been required to do.
I'm sorry you don't like stories about women or believe that women are some how treated better in our society then men are. I can tell you, that we are not. We all have things we must contend with. I personally liked this story and was glad that it was about women in business because it's actually not really a topic that gets addressed that much.