I think most people would agree that this past year has been one of the longest and hardest of their life, but at the same time, it’s hard to believe we have been living through this pandemic for a year. There is much to be grateful for – I feel so lucky to have had so much more time with my family than I otherwise would have, and I am so thankful that we have remained healthy and happy. Every year on International Women’s Day, I reflect on how far women have come in the workforce compared to my mother’s generation, and where I hoped we would be by the time my children enter the workplace. And while I remain optimistic about gender equality in their time, the pandemic has set back a decade of progress toward women achieving gender parity in the workplace…

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