Linkage team member featured in New York Times article

By Kerry Seitz on June 1, 2018

Advancing women leaders and creating more inclusive work cultures is something that our team is undoubtedly passionate about—it’s what keeps us up at night and it’s what fuels our partnership with organizations globally who share similar interests.

This is just one of the reasons that we were so excited to see our very own Danielle Lucido featured in a recent article in the New York Times about closing the gender pay gap. Danielle is part of a growing network of facilitators volunteering their time to lead salary negotiation workshops for women in Boston.

We are proud of Danielle’s efforts and can’t wait to see the progress of this initiative as it continues make a difference for today’s generation and future generations to come.

Take a few minutes to read the article: “How Boston Is Trying to Close the Gender Pay Gap.” Let us know what new ideas this sparks for you and what you are doing to close the gender pay gap in your community.


Posted in Blog, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Women in Leadership

About Kerry Seitz

Kerry Brady Seitz is the Executive Director of Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™, where she oversees the design, development and execution of this global signature program for high-performing women leaders. She also guides the design, development and delivery of Linkage's Advancing Women Leaders & Inclusive Leadership Solutions.

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