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The U.S. representative from Florida and chair of the Democratic National Committee speaks out about her new book, her unabashed frankness and being a very busy—and public—working mom of three.
These all-star moms stand out, even in our crowded field of exceptional women. Their power is undeniable—and so is their commitment to both career and family.
Get to know the Most Powerful Moms of 2012, including one of the most hilarious women in Hollywood and a self-made billionaire.
Longtime Google executive Marissa Mayer announces her CEO post at Yahoo and that she is expecting in the same day.
From the fabulous and funny TV and film star to the author who’s shattering book sales records, these are the moms making a major impact right now.
Few women have as big an opportunity to make a charitable difference as celebrity moms. A look at the famous moms who are not only opening up their checkbooks, but personally diving into the charities that matter to them. By Leah Bourne. Edited By Helen Jonsen.
Meet the 15 Most Powerful Moms with hearts as big as their stars when it comes to the causes dearest to them. Written by Leah Bourne. Edited by Helen Jonsen.
Learn why actress and comedian Tina Fey and philanthropist Melinda Gates have been named our Most Powerful Moms of 2011.
Help Working Mother chose from among 2011's power moms, and tell us who deserves to be singled out. Hurry, read below. Voting will end December 19th!
Throughout 2011, Working Mother has been highlighting the accomplishments of the most powerful moms in the country—from Washington lawmakers to pop-culture icons. To conclude the year we have assembled the most powerful moms of 2011. Written By Leah Bourne. Edited By Helen Jonsen.
Each of the following women appeared on one of Working Mother's Most Powerful Moms lists earlier in 2011. Here we highlight the most powerful in each category and update where they are as 2011 ends. Each woman has at least one child who is 18 years old or younger. Written by Leah Bourne. Edited by Helen Jonsen.
Washington is under the influence of working mothers who are shaping policy and our children’s future because of jobs they do at the very top of the Capital’s elite. By Leah Bourne. Edited By Helen Jonsen.
A closer look at the 2011 Most Powerful Moms in Washington, DC.