The #TimesUp and #MeToo movements have served as unprecedented catalysts of bravery and self-discovery for those who have felt silenced and abandoned.
While Hollywood is perhaps the most flagrant example of intolerable behavior, the severity and magnitude of accusations have begged introspection across all industries.
Equality in the workplace has long been the rallying cry of women in every profession. Lately, much attention has been given to women's safety in the face of sexual harassment, but there are still so many more forces to be reckoned with.
In their latest series, How We'll Win, Quartz asked 50 women leaders, from writer Lena Waithe (Master of None, The Chi) to Reshma Saujani (Girls Who Code), their thoughts on how to help women at work. Their responses are refreshingly honest; for example, having more diversity on leadership teams and anonymized salary transparency.
(On a side note, our publishing team may appreciate the familiar format of these interviews...)