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Liz Elting is a highly awarded writer and contributor of Forbes.com
Melissa Harris Perry is a renowned professor and non-fiction writer with a focus on political science. Also, check out her book 'Sister Citizen'.
Susan Faludi is a journalist and writer most famous for her book Backlash. "The media still love stories about stay-at-home moms and the "dangers" of women's career ambitions"
Peggy Orenstein is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and expert on gender issues.
In "Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office" Lois P. Frankel gives honest advice on how to keep from sabotaging yourself in the workplace and how to get ahead.
Sound advice on climbing the corporate ladder and getting ahead in business. This book is invaluable to women working in male dominated industries.
This book provides solid evidence about the discrimination women often face in the workplace. You'll find yourself nodding your head in agreement with some of the stories, but in the end you'll be more equipped to ignore the denial and call out sexist behavior when you see it.
Why Isn't Better Education Giving Women More Power? The false egalitarian promise of advanced degrees by Garance Franke-Ruta | The Atlantic
Women Don’t Need to Lead Better Than Men. They Need to Lead Differently. by Debora Spar | Harvard Business Review