Do Good Artist is pleased to share its new column in REDI magazine, a new magazine in the Dominican Republic (and one of the first in the Caribbean) dedicated exclusively to innovation.
Women’s REDI is a bi-lingual column dedicated to creating dialog and addressing issues affecting women in the Dominican Republic and abroad. It will follow the stories of institutions that are inspiring and innovating to ensure that women can “dare to be”; dare to realize dreams, dare to be authentic, and dare to assume roles that have typically been assumed by men. It will cover a variety of subjects from perception and inclusion, to gaps in the workplace and entrepreneurship. It will also serve to identify opportunities where women and men can support women in breaking down barriers and stereotypes and create solutions and collaborations that change perceptions, close the gender and pay gaps, help drive inclusion and give women a stronger chance to contribute their talents, from within their home or a company, or through their own entrepreneurial efforts.
To read the Women’s REDI column from the first edition of REDI magazine, click here.