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Former Employee of Ivanka Trump Says She Had to Fight for Maternity Leave

In 2013, Marisa Velez Kraxberger was hired as Ivanka Trump’s creative director to work on, among others things, the launch of Ivanka’s #WomenWhoWork campaign. Kraxberger, two months pregnant at the time, was so excited about the job that she agreed to put off discussions about maternity leave until later on. She soon learned that in Ivanka’s corporate feminist worldview, supporting working women and denying them maternity leave were entirely compatible.
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