Our impact-driven reporting is relied on by policymakers, corporate leaders, influencers, and individuals across the globe, catalyzing change for women and their communities.
Our reporting about how women were systemically left out of the government’s World Trade Center Health Program prompted HHS to add uterine cancer to the list of conditions covered by the government program that monitors and treats those directly impacted by 9/11.
Our original reporting at the beginning of Covid revealed that women were losing more jobs than men.
Following two years of investigation into the exploitation of women sorters working for the U.S. essential oils company doTERRA, their abusive supplier left the country and the women formed their own cooperative.
Kate Hudson’s Fabletics brand took action after our investigation uncovered widespread abuse at the garment factory that’s a major supplier.
Following our reporting on discriminatory practices in VC funding – the first news outlet to bring significant attention to the issue – California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law making the Golden State the first in the nation to require venture capitalists to disclose the gender and race of the founders they fund.
Our exclusive investigation with The New York Times helped rescue migrant domestic workers held against their will.