by Areva Martin
As women, we’ve been encouraged to proudly and boldly take our seat at the table. But what happens when the door is locked, and we can’t enter the room with the table? What does it say when women take a seat at the table but aren’t given the chance to own that table? What does this say about women? What does it say about our value?
It says that it’s up to us, as women, to redefine it.
Yes, the work starts with us. We must recognize our own value, set appropriate goals, and fight against policies that treat us as less than our male colleagues. Let’s begin.
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