Celebrating women who work—at all aspects of their lives.

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The Women

An executive, an entrepreneur, a teacher and a stay-at-home mom—but their job titles are just part of who they are. Learn more about our four fall stars.

Ivanka Trump

In addition to running the Trump Organization alongside her brothers and co­-founding Trump Hotels, one of the fastest growing luxury hotel companies in the world, Ivanka Trump is the founder and CEO of her eponymous fashion brand and IvankaTrump.com, the ultimate destination for women who work. "I want to inspire and empower women to architect lives that they love, lives that are uniquely their own and not based on the expectations of anyone other than themselves," she says. Recognizing that we each define success differently, Ivanka has built a large community of thought-­leaders from all industries and spheres of influence in order to share their diverse viewpoints, skills and expertise and equip the modern professional woman to be her best self.

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Cheryl Han

Cheryl Han spent her early career fully immersed in the luxury consumer products industry. She spent five years at L’Oreal, strategizing for brands like Lancôme, Armani Cosmetics and Shu Uemura, just as big­ name luxury brands were starting to dip their toes into e­commerce. She found that, as these companies moved their business online, they lost a big piece of what makes them great—their level of personal service.

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Emily Heller

When Emily Heller first started teaching high school English in Huntsville, Alabama in 2012, only 10% of her school’s graduates reported going to college. “A few teachers and myself founded the CAP & GOWN Project to make transformational academic pathways open up for our students,” she says. “We realized we were going to have to do more than just teach our classes.” Since Emily and her co-­founders started the CAP & GOWN Project and implemented it at their school in 2013, the rate of graduates attending college has skyrocketed to 50­-60%, and the number of scholarship dollars students receive has tripled.

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Kelcey Hix

Shortly after the birth of her first son, Kelcey Hix made the choice to stay at home and focus on raising a family full­time. “It wasn’t an easy decision,” she says. “Our world often defines success by accomplishments—what tangible things did I achieve today—and, at least right now, I’m in the trenches with my children and can’t always see how the moments I’m investing in them today will produce that fruit.” Despite the challenges of stay­-at­-home parenting, Kelcey is reminded of how crucial her role is in shaping the next generation.

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The #WomenWhoWork Getaway Sweeps

We’re all working hard to create the lives we want to live, and our new campaign celebrates women doing just that. That’s why we’re partnering with InStyle to give away the ultimate (all-expenses-paid) weekend trip to New York City.

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