Four ways to advance black women at work

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Despite being the largest population group in the country, black women are still underrepresented at senior levels in business
Despite being the largest population group in the country, black women are still underrepresented at senior levels in business

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Serobe has been a mainstay at senior levels of business and public service for three decades, but – if anything – she has bucked the trend. For many young black women, the journey to the top of the corporate ladder is still littered with invisible barriers.

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