It's no accident that iFundWomen, a crowdfunding platform for women entrepreneurs, launched on November 2nd. Founder Karen Cahn had chosen the date thinking that, a week later, the U.S. would elect its first female president.
"It was a heady time for women, and for women's financial independence," she said. The election of Hillary Clinton would've meant a concerted effort to close the gender pay gap and a push for federally mandated paid leave, among other measures aimed at leveling the playing field for women's advancement in the working world.
When Donald Trump secured his surprise...
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