“At this time when women leaders are breaking through defiantly and historically stubborn glass ceilings, from Vice President Harris entering the Executive Branch to Paretta Autosport’s first all-women team qualifying for the Indy 500, it’s important to consider how we maintain a steady flow of women into male-dominated workplaces. While the big breakthroughs are inspiring, how do we ensure that more women leaders and innovators can come in behind the ceiling smashers, right the gender imbalance and thrive?”

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