Extract from Mary Rechtoris' article "Advice for Stellar Women (and Their Allies), From Stellar Women"
When envisioning a stellar leader, who pops into your head? I bet it’s someone who has helped you navigate challenges in your career. They may have advocated for your progress and served as an ally in a variety of capacities as you tackled new, unfamiliar challenges.
Our Stellar Women Innovation Award highlights three leaders like these. Each year, peers nominate those who they believe embody what it means to be stellar.
At Relativity Fest, Relativity Women of the Workplace and Women in e-Discovery sponsored a luncheon.
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