Hello, my name is Mishty Deb. I started this blog because as a founding partner of the Dallas law firm LaSusa & Deb, PLLC I am lucky to be working with passionate women entrepreneurs and I have seen their struggles first hand in finding good resources. I have also been incredibly lucky to have developed a network of women who are my peers, mentors, and supporters, which is something I know a lot of maverick women trying to make big changes don’t have. I wanted to create a forum for women by women because so many legal forums are targeted towards a male perspective of the law. My vision is to create a forum for discussion about inspirational women, current events, and legal hot topics. I hope to inspire and inform, as well create a place for women to connect.
There is a lot of advice targeted towards women about growing their careers. Be more assertive, be more confident, be good at your job, but there continues to be a dearth of women at the top level of businesses. Susan Colantuano in her recent TED …Read More
Are you an innovative entrepreneur with a product that is going to change the lives of women? Then you should know about the 2015 SBA InnovateHER challenge because winners of the challenge could get anywhere from 5-15K in cash! Every innovative small business woman I …Read More
A fascinating review of The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty, by Amanda Filipacchi on npr this afternoon. Have you read it? I would love to hear your opinions on it. Let me know in the comments section. Funny If It Weren’t So True: A Farce About …Read More
Women and minorities have long been underrepresented in the technology industry. There has been a long prolonged battle to increase the number of women with degrees in STEMS disciplines, but talk to just about any women that works in the field and they will tell …Read More
I just read an article about a very interesting development in the Middle East. Apparently, a document called, Women of the Islamic State: Manifesto and Case Study, has been released. Claims are that the document was released by al-Khanssaa Brigade, an all-female militia. Among other things …Read More