50 Women to Watch from the WSJ

I love these issues...So many inspiring women. So many different paths. Such diversity! See them all here.

Related WSJ article: I DO Know How She Does It (juggling career and family)
"According to a study conducted by the Families and Work Institute a nonprofit research organization that addresses the changing nature of work and family life. And Catalyst a nonprofit organization that works to expand opportunities for women in business, 65% of women executives have children compared with 90% of male executives...The study also challenged conventional wisdom that executive women in high-status jobs tend to give up their personal lives. In fact, 70% of women who reported directly to the CEO or reported to someone who reported to the CEO had children."

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