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Voice Interrupted

I heard Hillary Clinton’s voice for the first time last weekend – yes, days after the surprising and heartbreaking outcome of the 2016 Election.  I heard it in Kate McKinnon’s moving rendition of Len Cohen’s Hallelujah on Saturday Night Live.  ‘How could this be?’  You might ask.  Weren’t we all party to a near continuous stream of voices from both candidates over the past months?   Even with all of that volume I was struck with the weight of the words conveyed by McKinnon.  It reminded me of the importance of voice, one of transition’s most critical tools.  Did we hear Hillary’s voice?  Do we hear yours? Continue reading

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“Advancement, not access, still an issue”

On this, the eve of election 2016 in America, where we are witnessing a historic Presidential bid by Hillary Clinton, I am writing to share my recent op-ed in the Boston Business Journal. In my piece, “Advancement, not access, still an issue,” I highlighted the perpetually dangerous neglect of women’s progress in the workplace.

My piece is exclusively reserved for subscribers of the BBJ, but I have included some excerpts below.

 

Please remember to make your voice be heard by voting on November 8th!