Julia Boorstin was thirteen when her mother told her that, by the time she grew up, women could be just as powerful as men, “captains of industry, running the biggest companies!” A decade later, working at a top business publication and seeing the dearth of women in positions of leadership, Boorstin assumed her mom had been wrong.
But over the following two decades as a TV reporter and creator of CNBC’s Disruptor 50 franchise, interviewing, and studying thousands of executives, she realized that a gender-equity utopia shouldn’t be a pipe dream.
Tune into our next live episode of Work Life Confessions where we will be joined by Julia Boorstin, author and CNBC’s Senior Media and Tech Correspondent. Julia and our host, Kell Mooney will discuss key insights over sixty female CEOs and leaders, like Gwyneth Paltrow, Jenn Hyman, Lena Waithe, Shivani Siroya, and more.
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