Maria’s happiness and suitability for her career is immediately palpable. So what advice does she have to offer for young women looking to find a similar fit?
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“You’ll never know everything. It’s an ocean of information that you take in, in a couple of glassfuls a day."
“This is a little embarrassing, but as a young child, I wanted to be a ninja or a kung fu fighter,” says Alice Kwan, Principal at Deloitte Consulting and U.S leader for the firm’s client talent services.
Mojgan Lefebvre grew up in an international setting, as the daughter of a diplomat from Iran.
Jenny has a unique role at Bain, one she designed herself.
Julie St. John starts her day early — very early.
Stacey is Senior Director of Marketing and Investor Relations at Bay City Capital.
Patricia E. Yarrington started at Chevron over thirty years ago, though her enthusiasm for the field and for the company remain as fresh as the day she started.
One might assume that careers in finance favor those with a relatively staid personality. Not so says Suni Harford, Citigroup’s Regional Head of Markets for North America.
Beth Brooke was at the top of her game running Ernst & Young's national insurance tax practice in Washington, D.C. when the Clinton administration threw her a no-look pass in the form of a job offer.