It also doesn’t mean men expect their "ambitious" wife to stay that way after marriage.
An study finds that 50% of millennial men expect their wife’s career to take a backseat to theirs (versus equal priority) and nearly 70% expect the wife to be the primary caretaker of their children (versus equal responsibility).
It became clear to me that as far as women have come in the workplace to redefine our role, there is much work left to do in our relationships.
I wanted to build a community where smart, outspoken, high-achieving women are celebrated and encouraged to progress in their career full-time.
Even more daunting for some men are progressive relationships — where the female may have a busier schedule, a more powerful network, and achieve more career success than her male partner.
A University of Chicago study shows a woman and man are much less likely to pair up if her income exceeds his.
I wanted to never EVER hear a woman be worried that her educational achievements or career ambition would be a turn-off.
As Sheryl Sandberg wisely advised us: "The most important career choice you'll make is who you marry.