Shattering the Glass Ceiling in STEM

This podcast is part of our Women in Leadership series — in honor of Women’s History month.

It should go without saying that women don’t have to be pigeon-holed into one type of career path, but after listening to actress and activist, Geena Davis’ views on unconscious bias, clearly the conversation about what’s possible for women is far from over.

In this episode, Kelli talks with Cheryl K. Goodman, Executive Director of Athena San Diego, about what it takes for women to pivot in their careers and how Athena has been supporting women to navigate the unique challenges they face in their rise to the top in traditionally male-dominated industries.

Find out more about Cheryl Goodman and Athena here:

Listen below. – 18 minutes, 00 seconds



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