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How espnW Harnesses The Power And Importance Of A Woman's Voice

What is a woman’s voice? Laura Gentile, senior vice president espnW and Women’s Initiatives, describes it as brave, brilliant, curious, clever and strong. She believes that a woman’s voice is much needed in conversation and decision-making. Moreover, it can drive change, shift mindsets and unlock doors. Harnessing the power and importance of a woman’s voice has propelled espnW from a startup blog to a brand with global impact.
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