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Starting to Write a New Leadership Column on Forbeswoman

April 16, 2011

Forbeswoman, a great source of fresh news and commentary on women, work and gender hot topics, has invited me to become a contributing columnist on leadership.  My column is called Powering Up Women.  I'll be writing about the next big challenge for women: opening the leadership locker rooms.  here's my first national Forbeswoman column.

Princeton Releases Disturbing Report on Lack of Female Student Leaders

April 10, 2011

About a year ago, Princeton University President Shirley Tilghman ordered a study of why the cream-of-the-crop female students admitted to this prestigious university lag their male peers in aspiring to and achieving student leadership roles.  This is exactly the challenge I tackle in my new book, Powering Up! How America's Women Achievers Become Leaders.

The results of the study, which was just released, paint an alarming picture about what's happening with the next generation of educated, skilled women. 

The paths to achievement that they have encountered so far were paved decades ago, so they have never leared how to fight for opportunity.  And the conundrum of balancing "being an attractive female" with a person with power appears to be as complex as ever.  Here's a summary of the findings and a link to the full Princeton report. 

Where Are Today's Geraldine Ferraros?

April 6, 2011

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus hits the bullseye with her column today lamenting the lack of women leaders in public office.  Even younger women aren't running.  The discouraging facts that Marcus cites about how women are slipping in political leadership positions are why one of the themes of my book, Powering Up!, is that American women are Leadership Underachievers.  We've been stalled for well over a decade.  If you don't believe me, here's Marcus column. 

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