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Women have been struggling since, well, that damn apple in the Garden of Eden. Am I right or am I right? In my opinion, I think it is awesome to see a woman rise above in her field because of her merit and intelligence. I'm all for it. I've been in positions where women were higher up on the food chain then myself and, as a man, I was/am quite comfortable with that. Not every man is, but I think we, men, are starting to wake up. Mentor-ship and education are in fact vital to a woman's development and in my opinion should begin right out of the gate especially when it comes to finances. There is a long road ahead in this all too important area. Awareness. The more these type of stories are told and with success attached, the more aware everyone will be.

Very good articles you post here Carol. Provocative indeed.

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