TOP DOG RADIO sits down with Elinor Guggenheimer, a civil leader, author, and founder and former president of the New York Women’s Agenda. Her lifelong work on behalf of women entrepreneurs and children earned her a Presidential Citizens Medal in 1997 from President Clinton.
In the interview, Guggenheimer shares her challenges in breaking the glass ceiling that has historically discriminated against women in pay and career advancement. She also discusses the advantages of women going into small business (as opposed to the “unfriendly corporate world”), the importance of education and child care for working women, and how women can work together and support each other when going into business.9999For young women interested in starting their own business, Guggenheimer’s experience and wisdom speak volumes.
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