Working Mother

Walk Alone, Go Fast; Walk Together, Go Far

here’s been a lot of talk about advancing women in the workplace—including in this magazine—for years, decades even. I prefer action to talk—and fast action to the slow progress we’ve been making on this front. So when Diversity Best Practices founder Edie Fraser created the Women’s Business Collaborative, we joined this consortium of like-minded organizations.

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