Rhonda Neal on Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling for Women and Minorities

In celebration of Black History month and Dr. Martin Luther King, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."

Rhonda Neal, Executive Director of the Saint Joseph Parenting Center, talks about the challenges that minorities and women face when trying to make it in a white male-dominated corporate America. Through hard work, determination and a great sense of self confidence bestowed upon her by her parents, she has broken through the proverbial glass ceiling. In this podcast, she provides inspiration and advice for young women of color who are entering the workforce. She also shares her formula for success. That formula includes building a network of trusted people, where you can talk through your emotionally difficult experiences, get advice and bounce ideas around. It also involves a lot of hard work. But the rewards are there; you just need to have faith in yourself and strength from above to get through adversity.

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