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On the twenty-third and final episode of the Women's History Month podcast series on Impressions Exchange, Managing Editor Ashley Roberts speaks with Marianne Cooper, senior research scholar at VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab at Stanford University, and Lisbeth Lyons Black, director of Women in Print Alliance, at PRINTING United Alliance. They discuss “Women in the Workplace,” an annual study from McKinsey and; as well as what is meant by “The Great Breakup” and “The Broken Rung”; what some of the seismic shifts are that have occurred in response to the pandemic; and we talk about what allyship really means.

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