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Who am I? Why am I interested in serving as IEEE President? What can I bring to the IEEE? Here's a summary video. 
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U.S. Is No. 1 for Women Entrepreneurs, But There's Still Room for Improvement - http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/247767
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Although the right academic pedigree is important, a majority of employers are still looking for candidates with the right mix of “soft skills.”
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12 Fascinating and Inspirational Stories of Successful, SCRAPPY Women in Business in 1 Book!! - http://scrappywomen.biz/book-excerpts/
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U.S. soccer breaks the ceiling with Women's World Cup win - http://www.latimes.com/sports/soccer/la-sp-usa-japan-plaschke-20150706-column.html
It was 16 years of frustration poured out in 16 minutes across stunned Japanese players strewn upon the Canadian turf, a storm of empowerment, a statement of self.
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Women Who Code CEO Alaina Percival is on a mission to keep — not just get — women in tech - http://tinyurl.com/onw5cq4
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Living Proof that Bending the Rules Isn't Breaking the Law
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Are you a Scrappy Businesswoman? Read Our Stories and Share Yours Here: http://scrappywomen.biz/

This website, and the associated book, are dedicated to every woman who’s ever broken through a barrier, violated a taboo, or overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to achieve what seemed impossible, but was merely difficult . . . without even breaking a nail, or whining about it if she did.