By Enjoli Francis

Oct 28, 2011 8:00am

‘It Gets Heated’: Twin Sisters Divided Over Occupy Wall Street

Growing up, twin sisters Nicole and Jill Carty had a lot in common. But around the age of 14, Nicole Carty told ABC News today, they started going in different directions — and they never stopped, with Nicole Carty attending Brown University for a degree… Read More »

Jul 12, 2009 9:20pm

Can women save the economy?

Katty and I prescribe a novel solution in the Outlook section of the Washington Post: women could be the answer to our economic ailments. There's a hefty batch of research that shows the more senior women a company employees, the more money it makes. And… Read More »

Jul 6, 2009 9:15pm

“Katty, tell us they think Palin’s crazy!”

Every now and again I get a call from a friend in Europe asking me to translate America. For much of the Bush administration, and in particular after his reelection in 2004, the question dripped disdain and even anger. "How could you even live there?"… Read More »

Jul 5, 2009 12:31pm

Palin not kid-friendly

I have no idea why she quit. Maybe the investigations were about to shake loose something really ugly. Maybe she does believe it will be easier to pursue higher office unencumbered by the job of governor. Maybe she really is just tired of the scrutiny… Read More »

Jul 2, 2009 11:54pm

Palin potshots

From trouble at home (with Alaska voters, that is), to the David Letterman insult and imbroglio, to the new and fascinating VF expose that reveals an underbelly to her Vice-Presidential  bid even seamier and more desperate housewifey than we ever could have imagined—it has not… Read More »

Jun 18, 2009 3:44pm

Wall Street Journal Womenomics///and Leave Dads Alone!

Check out Sue Shellenbarger's column on Womenomics. I've admired her take and research on this subject for a long time. Terrific to get a mention there!And look at her column today in the paper. Great research–information that all of us control freak moms know in… Read More »

Jun 17, 2009 10:10pm

Women Rising in Iran

A woman involved in protests in Tehran on June 17 (Faramarz) Claire and I have been in San Francisco for our Womenomics book tour and I feel very far away from the events in Tehran but I can’t stop thinking about those pictures out of… Read More »

Jun 11, 2009 9:39am

Answers to more of the flextime-womenomics emails!

We're so thrilled at all of the comments and questions on our Womenomics series. And sorry it's taken us a week to get to them all–the book tour has kept us a bit frantic. A bit non-Womenomics we're afraid.  Here we go.  And please send… Read More »

Jun 11, 2009 9:09am

Alpha-males are out! More proof.

We've been talking about this for months now. Men and women have different management styles—and there's an article in the Guardian now entitled…stand aside alpha-males, the women are coming. The head of the European Professional Women's Network said at a bank and finance meeting that… Read More »

Jun 7, 2009 5:41pm

Feeling the Vibe

We're through week one of the book tour, and I think we both feel elated and exhausted and –our buss word–empowered.  We just had a book signing this weekend at Politics and Prose, and had a terrific crowd. Our kids and families took up a… Read More »