As a new organization, REACH Women's Network is still compiling resources for its members and the broader community. If you would like to recommend additional resources to add to this list, please contact us.
Women-Owned Business Directory
Fearless Winston Salem, a space in Forsyth County that fosters community for women, has developed a free, open-access Women-Owned Business Directory for Forsyth County. Access it here.
Winston Starts is a startup incubator dedicated to nurturing entrepreneurs and helping them develop and scale their business ideas to a level of sustainable success. A partnership between Winston Starts and REACH provides mentoring and workshops on diversity, equity, and inclusion by REACH members.
Books Recommended at
FYI – For Your Improvement (A Guide for Development and Coaching)
By Michael M. Lombardo & Robert W. Eichinger
Arora, Rohit. “The lending gap narrows for women business owners, but it’s still 31% less than for men.” CNBC. March 7, 2019.
Blumberg, Jonathan. “Companies with more female executives make more money– here’s why.” CNBC. March 2, 2018
Cohen, Arianne. “6 galling statistics about wealth inequality that show how women are paying the price.” Fast Company. January 20, 2020.
Connley, Courtney. “Reminder: Today isn’t equal pay day for black, Latina or Native American women.” CNBC. April 10, 2018.
U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee. “The pink tax: how gender-based pricing hurts women’s buying power.” United States Congress. December 2016.
Dreher, Beth. “What is the pink tax?” Good Housekeeping. May 23, 2019.
Guzior, Betsey. “Self-employed women face pay gap, too.” The Business Journals. May 9, 2018.
Helmore, Edward. “New York Stock Exchange has its first female leader in 226-year history.” The Guardian. May 25, 2018.
Keenan, Alex. “New study shows more women in Fortune 100 & 500 boards.” Yahoo Finance. January 16, 2019.
Lane and Little. “Absent from the table: Why the Triad’s biggest boardrooms still cater to men.” Triad Business Journal. March 15, 2018.