“Next month, Americans will go to the polls and, for the first time, see a woman as a major party’s nominee for President,” writes Dean Erika James writes for the Atlanta Business Chronicle. “But tomorrow, Americans can open the paper or go online and see another story about the pay gap.”
The Executive Women of Goizueta (EWG), an affinity group whose mission is to create a community that facilitates, promotes and inspires personal and professional leadership for Goizueta women, announced its 12th Annual Advancing Women in Leadership conference.
Public attention and research depicting the experiences of women in business schools and corporate America is tiresome. Almost every day I read a story addressing gender imbalance in the workplace. I sigh,[…]
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