Yesterday’s luncheon celebrating Kansas City’s “Women Who Mean Business” reminded me of the time in my life – and in the women’s equality movement – when I thought it was weak and counterproductive to focus on women. I thought it alienated men, with whom I was doing business and collaborating. I thought it was unseemly.
I’m over it.
Right now in history, advancing women is critical to building the kind of world we want our children to inherit. And it stARTs with focusing on their unique contributions.
Stay close, guys. We want you in the picture!