Bragging Rights

Go ahead and brag about your abilities, writes Judy Giordan, managing principal at the venture development and investment firm ecosVC, at the Huffington Post. Women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-related fields, she adds, are positioned to take on leadership roles in academia, industry, and government, and a little push from women themselves to sell their skills could go a long way.

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