The Bias Cut
A series profiling women leaders on career paths and gender bias
How this former CEO traded anxiety for mindfulness
Executive coach Amy Kimball helps clients facing challenges at work choose reactions that are aligned with their values.
How this CEO followed her curiosity to success
Founder and CEO Amanda von Goetz talks about her unconventional education, ignoring perceived projections, and her company’s “organic diversity.”
How one VC found a flexible second career after having kids
Founder and angel investor Marla Shapiro talks safe spaces for vulnerability, the “motherhood penalty,” and when it’s OK to drop the ball.
How 7 leaders manage stress, burnout, and their employees’ well-being
Walking meetings, intermittent fasting, and an “anytime vacation” policy are how today’s leaders tend to their well-being and encourage work-life balance among their employees.
This VP of transformation has a 4-point plan to uplift all employees
Messer Americas’ Patricia Hargil on being a visible leader, pacing herself, and letting go of perfectionism.
How this clean tech exec connects climate to gender equity
CarbonBuilt’s Cindy McLaughlin encourages walking meetings and “anytime vacation” for improved well-being.
How Jackie Yeaney made peace with ‘imposter syndrome’
This tech strategist and marketer learned to lead through empathy and collaboration, and that the fear of “being seen” is a healthy one.
This data executive prioritizes ‘relationships, results, and reach’
A self-professed “thoughtful introvert,” Eli Lilly’s Andrea de Souza learned how to carve out time for intentional, purpose-driven networking as she’s climbed the executive ladder.
It’s time women get credit for ‘invisible work’
USDA senior advisor Samantha Joseph understands some barriers are out of her control, but she knows the importance of breaking the ones women create for themselves.
From The Bias Cut: More female representation in boardrooms, STEM
Boardrooms, conference panels, digital health, and more. Here are areas where women say they are seeing more representation.