What do women want? Black women and white aspire to excel, empower others, and earn well in their careers, but confront different hurdles in pursuit of these goals, as they have started the race from different gates. Progress for all women, we posit, depends on first recognizing their differences. In this book we show how history accounts for both the invisibility that keeps black women from attaining power as well as the ambivalence that constrains white women from pursuing it--offering strategies to help every woman fulfill her ambitions.Author:
Melinda Marshall, Tai WingfieldPublisher:
Rare Bird Books, a Vireo BookPublished:
8.40h x 5.40w x 0.60dISBN:
About the AuthorTai Wingfield
Melinda Marshall is an Executive Vice President, Director of Publications, at Center for Talent Innovation. She presents research on talent through the lens of gender, generation, geography, sexual orientation, and ethnicity. She lives in New York, NY.
is Senior Vice President of Communications for the Center for Talent Innovation, driving reputation and branding efforts on behalf of the organization. She also serves as Managing Director of CTI's consulting arm, Hewlett Consulting Partners. She lives in New York, NY.