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Facebook's expanding and Yahoo!'s profits are simply soaring and both have company -- -- women leading.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer and -- folksy post Sheryl Sandberg both receiving some big time thank you slightly.
-- -- -- nearly three million dollars in just the past six months and -- makes 300000 dollars using all -- corporal poor woman she's got a billion bucks and FaceBook stock.
Star Jones represents over 300000 women who are trying to get where those ladies are it's a lot easier said than done.
Stars the spokesperson for the national association of professional women a lot of you of course remember its executive arm.
Would you say -- -- -- who limits case is sex and then that big fortunes.
Shouldn't be taken as a given it for all women and and and for for people say OK that's it equality hazard -- work.
It's no equality hasn't reached the workplace mean we still have many issues that we're facing and as I think about the membership of any PW.
We run -- -- began it we have women who won the corporation's.
All the way to women who are starting new businesses out of their home.
And everything in between they're doctors they're lawyers they're insurance sales people -- people will open the manicurist and what's the cause flexes her room.
But what -- -- -- -- what's and the fact that we are professional women who aren't looking for the opportunity to network with each other.
One of the things we wouldn't you find it encouraging watching of these women have absolutely encouraging I mean and having had the opportunity to talk to both of them in the last two months I was a big fan I'm a big fan of both ladies.
But their experience is not everyone's experience is a matter of fact.
I was thinking about the whole concept of leaning in Guam as and -- -- calls it.
Depending on -- you Lar.
You can pick and choose when you need to -- in and if you want to lenient what does that mean -- well I can tell you one thing as a minority professional woman I feel like I've leaned in from the time -- starting from eighteen year -- To a point where -- almost bent over that's how far Riley didn't.
But these big hit it -- the days of women having such a tough go of it had nothing to minorities having a tough go -- not in a minority women who.
Those days are behind it -- a lot easier than it.
Those days are not behind us I think that more opportunity is there.
When the window of opportunity is open -- more women standing outside of and ready to -- but the door of opportunity has not always open and that's one of the things.
That I'm doing at any PW was giving -- sources and tools so that women can get.
-- the foundation under them to go into the work force should.
In terms of numbers specific numbers.
X number women -- number of African American maybe that's that's number ten tonight.
You don't -- I don't like the whole concept of a number because I actually think it's limiting.
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