What really happened to the women of the first class at the Harvard Business School to be 10 percent female—the first to have had a chance to "make it to the top"?
In Women Like Us, the author probes the lives of six for an "intricate, involved-and-involving study" that "has the emotional drama of college-and-after fiction."
As a reporter and magazine contributor, the journalist crafts articles that track the men who made companies and gave away fortunes and that explore why women would want to do the same.
It's the story that matters, not the format. In print or in celluloid, online, or through the spoken word, it's the narrative that touches the heart.
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