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Old 05-13-2014, 03:15 AM
 
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Recently, I had the pleasure of taking part in an inspiring event we hosted at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business. The third annual event, called "Women Leading Women," is a celebration of successful women and their career journeys. This year, we honored one impressive alumna, Brenda Freeman, who recently joined DreamWorks Animation as global head of television marketing after holding several other top positions in entertainment and corporate marketing.

I facilitated a "fireside chat" with Freeman in front of audience of nearly 250 women who chose to spend their Thursday evening hearing from a strong woman business leader and networking with each other. Her advice and the take-aways from the evening are relevant to everyone -- whether you are a rising woman leader or you work with or manage women.
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