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Women Who Lead

Have you noticed that there are fewer women in leadership positions than men? Of course you have! You would have to be hiding under a rock if you didn't notice. Women have been shattering the glass ceiling but we still have a long way to go. Approximately 15% of CEO's in the Fortune 500 are women even though there are more women than men in medical school and law school.

*March 2022, Fortune

In 1976, United States military academies started to accept women applicants. This was a historic change for women who aspired to lead in today's military. Today, there are a few women generals and senior leaders in the US Military who have forged a path for other women.

I have been interested in women who have the courage, competence, and confidence to lead for a long time. Women who take risks, ask for what they want, work hard, set goals, and overcome challenges. Women who step up to lead are role models for so many of us.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Indra Nooyi, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Diana Nyad are a few women I have studied. They accomplished exceptional goals and we can learn so much from reading their stories.

During the past few months, I have been interviewing women leaders for a new book that I expect to be published in 2024. If you know of any woman leader who would be a good fit for me to interview, please let me know.

In addition to writing a book about women who lead, I have a professional development program titled Finding Your Voice for women who want to step up to lead. Reach out today if you want to book a program,



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