This marks the beginning of a yearlong effort to tell the stories of women in Chicago business, to elevate their voices and be a catalyst for change. We're calling it the Woman Up Project, a play on the catchphrase command to be tough and be brave.
We asked nine women—including Theresa Mintle, interim vice chancellor at the University of Illinois at Chicago; Ulta Beauty CEO Mary Dillon; Teri Arvesu, vice president of content at Univision Chicago Local Media; and Gwendolyn Hatten Butler, vice chairwoman of Capri Investment Group—to give us a big-picture view of how they'd improve the city and its business environment.
Rosabeth M. Kanter - Faculty - Harvard Business School
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