Women's History Month at MIT Sloan
As part of Women’s History Month, I was one of five women spotlighted at MIT Sloan. I am honored by the nod, and I want to take a moment to shine the light on some of the women who have helped me get where I am and who continue to inspire me to be better every day.
Jordan Sale. Through her work with 81cents, Jordan is making strides to reduce the pay equity gap and offering women free negotiation advice from experts in the field. She's such a model for advancement in the field.
Sheila Heen. Since meeting Sheila in 2016, she has remained an inspiration for what I hope to achieve in the field of negotiation. She has built a successful consulting company and is a respected author and lecturer at Harvard. She paved the way, showing me how to be a strong, badass boss lady.
Collette Champagne. After working with Coco, I have gained a new understanding of what it means for a company to take care of its people. She is a model for empathetic and effective leadership.
Stacey Abrams. I don’t know her personally, but I deeply admire Stacey's knowledge, capabilities and grit. She has made real change through force of will, epitomizing how to get shit done. I’d love to make as big of an impact as she has one day.