One Year of LFC
In celebration of the one year anniversary of La Femme Collective alongside International Women's Day, we have crafted our own (and we believe better) version of modern day dating apps. We present to you the LFC Career Matcher, where you can view profiles of some of our favorite women.
Secret Code: Special Release
Back in December, we introduced you to Mara Lecocq, creator and author of Secret Code. Lecocq created Secret Code for a few reasons, two of which being: she wanted to help with the problem of diversity in technology and leadership and she wanted to create a book that showed young girls of all colors, shapes, and sizes, role models that they could relate to.
Women's March Around the World
On Saturday, January 21st, humans from all walks of life marched together in solidarity to demonstrate our support of gender equality. We've rounded up photos submitted by the #LFCommunity to show you all just how powerful and passionate motivated individuals can be. Thank you for standing up for what you believe in; without that, the world would know no change.
Allison Lanza | WIMINsider
When I started college two and a half years ago, I was under the impression that women working on the business side of the music industry were a rarity. It seemed that everywhere I turned I was hearing about the accomplishments of men and that the only places for women in music were onstage, in the photo pit or doing publicity for artists, because those were the only places I had really ever encountered them.
LFC Gift Guide
Here at LFC, we're all about gift-giving. Whether it's a smile when you pass a stranger (and their puppy) or your favorite book to a new friend, we support it. Not only do we support gift-giving, but we also (some might argue *more importantly*) support our ladies. This holiday season, we've hand-picked our favorite holiday gifts from companies started by women. See something you like? Gift it.
Margaux Rousseau was born in Bordeaux, France (1983). In the past 10 years, she has lived in Italy, the UK, New Zealand, Australia and Paris and landed in Brooklyn in 2013. A former consultant in HR, Management and Employment Policies, she gave up her job in 2010 to dedicate herself to her passion: knitting.
InkTober: Women I Admire
I started InkTober this year without knowing much about it. For those like me, this drawing challenge was started back in 2009 by Jake Parker and consists of doing one ink illustration a day for the month of October. I also didn’t know there were set themes to follow everyday, so came up with my own theme in order to help me find inspiration (quite literally): women who I admire and inspire me. I’d like to share a few of them with you here.