Kimberly Mutcherson has broken through the glass ceiling in every way at Rutgers University.
Kimberly Mutcherson, a brilliant bioethicist and health law scholar, has made history by becoming the first woman, first African-American and first LGBTQ person to be named co-dean of Rutgers Law School in Camden, N.J.
A new report shows that while Asian Americans are well represented among the work force of five large tech firms, they remain underrepresented in leadership roles.
New research shows that cheerful women are not associated with leadership qualities.
Question: Why is it still so tough to break the glass ceiling and move up in a company even when totally or possibly more qualified than other candidates? Do HR managers not care to review hiring practices?
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