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Despite an imbalance of power and opportunity, female entrepreneurs and women in business continue to trailblaze in boardrooms, offices, and their respective industries. They are also creating space for those behind them through support and mentorship, encouraging women to not only reach their own goals, but setting the bar that much higher for future female business leaders.

Last year Ideas Made to Matter launched The Bias Cut, a series in which we ask MIT Sloan alumnae about their career paths, how being a woman has helped or hindered their climb, and what they’re doing to help those behind them. Here’s a look at some ways these female leaders are supporting other women in business.

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