LadyDay is Everyday

By Leah Clark, BlessingWhite Consultant

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3 Responses

  1. Nancy Fredericks says:

    Thanks, Leah, for writing this blog to raise awareness on such an important topic. My first reaction was a pumped fist in support, but as I let the incident sink into my being, I’m wondering why “Lady CFO” is seen as pejorative. I understand the gut response…. I too felt the same. I understand the overt gender identification. As a consultant for the last 30 years in the field of gender leadership diversity, my vision for the future is that “lady” is a compliment because our contribution to the business is just that good! Which is already a fact, though rarely celebrated universally in business.

  2. Dot Callihan says:

    I’ve been called the Lady Project Manager for years out on construction sites. I was never insulted or thought it was pejorative. Yes I am a Lady. Yes I am a Project Manager. Yes I am in charge of the project. And yes, I am a rarity. I am the first Lady Project Manager the guys have worked for and am very proud to give them the experience of knowing how wonderful it is to have a woman in charge. I will gladly go by the name Lady Project Manager and even put it on my pink hardhat.

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