Mary Sanchez

June 8, 2014 6:30 PM

Kansas City takes on dearth of women in politics with board appointment

Women tend to be less represented in higher business positions, as CEOs, politicians and within the ranks of government in general. For that to change, we need to do more than diagnose the rationalizations that tend to block women from civic involvement.

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