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Author: Ashley Chiaradio

Ashley has been creating content for more than 7 years, and provides a unique insight in covering the retail industry having worked directly for retailers in the past. She’s passionate about profiling women leadership in the space.

Tomorrow is Our April Virtual Exchange!

Can you believe we’ve been hosting Women in Retail and Total Retail Virtual Exchanges for an entire year? We started these monthly virtual events in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to connect our community during a time of so much uncertainty for so many. The Virtual Exchanges are live, interactive and personal,...


3 Life and Leadership Tips From Top Retail CEOs

In a panel discussion earlier this month at Women in Retail Leadership Days, three leading retail CEOs discussed some of their favorite tips and tricks on how to be a successful leader and professional today. The session was moderated by Miki Berardelli, Principal, miki b LLC, and the panelists included Cindi Bigelow, president and CEO,...


Introducing the WIRLC Slack Workspace

You asked, we delivered! We’re excited to announce that our Women in Retail Leadership Circle (WIRLC) Slack workspace is up and running. The WIRLC Slack workspace is designed as a place for all Women in Retail Leadership Circle members to easily communicate and connect with each other. In Slack, group members can send messages and...


The New Next Gen: Celebrating Women of Color

Women in Retail Leadership Circle’s latest report, The New Next Gen: The Women Who Have Transitioned Their Careers for a Successful Second Act, highlights women leaders who have reinvented themselves and their careers after the age of 40. We wanted to further highlight and celebrate the women of color featured in the report. These women...


Celebrating Women's History Month and International Women's Day

It’s officially March, which means it’s Women’s History Month! Ever since the 1980s, Women’s History Month has been celebrated annually, and highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. The month-long holiday we recognize today actually grew out of a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture, history and society organized...

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