I recently published an article in the Harvard Business Review that lays out a vision for expanding women’s power and influence in the United States over the next decade.
I believe our country is at a tipping point. And I know I’m not alone. On my book tour last spring, the most common question people asked was, “What can I do to help seize this moment?”
My answer was always: No matter who you are, you have a voice in shaping our society.
You’re a family member, a consumer, possibly an employee, maybe a manager. Hopefully, you’re a voter. You may even be an entrepreneur, a shareholder, or a board member. In one capacity or another, you are definitely a leader.
Every single one of these roles affords you—affords us—an opportunity to recognize the failures of the system, name them, and drive progress toward a better, more equal future for women in this country.