Ladyship would like to be a catalyst for positive change, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see.
Currently, there are many organizations across the globe that have a mission to encourage young women to pursue the STEAM fields. These consist of grassroots movements via NGO’s, new courses introduced by educators and educational institutions to let younger women try out STEAM fields and also events and campaigns that build awareness about STEAM fields. So the good news is, by the time GenZ and beyond enters the workforce, pipeline of women in STEAM fields will not be the biggest issue.
As GenZ and beyond start entering the workforce, it is important to study the lessons learned from the current generation and apply the learnings to encourage more women to pursue leadership and entrepreneurial positions. What is needed is an equal playing field where the pipeline entering the workforce is not only diverse and inclusive but is also able to realize their fullest potential.
Ladyship has been incorporated with a very specific vision build around sisterhood, tribes and allyship to empower women to achieve their best. Meet the team behind the vision.
Founder and CEO
Mihika founded Ladyship as an effort to inspire more women in her generation to be empowered to take on leadership roles. During one of her many visits to NYC, she visited the "Fearless girl" status and was surprised to learn that there were very few women in Wall Street boardrooms. She eventually read up about Women in Leadership and founded this organization in an effort to raise awareness around issues women face in the workplace, inspire young women with stories and podcasts and create a platform for mentoring. Her vision is to have equal representation of women in leadership positions by 2030.