That quote is one of my favorites...it truly makes the point. We are working for the day when it's so commonplace to be a women leader, CEO, pilot, director or yes...President of the U.S...that it's not necessary to make the distinction.
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08 Mar 2017 09:01 - 08 Mar 2017 11:38#96by Nancy Zionts
I always find it a bit sad that we have to pick out specific days or months to celebrate segments of our population, e.g., women. But as long as we have to, we will. To celebrate. To lift up. To Advance the cause(s). To advocate. I do like this quote:
"In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders." - Sheryl Sandberg
We are not there yet. Until then...
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