The way history is written and taught, it almost seems as if there were no women involved in any major developments. This is nothing but a myth produced by a failure of history to tell women’s stories. Here is how we got to this point and what we can do to start highlighting women’s stories.
Author: Amy Diehl
Amy Diehl, PhD is chief information officer at Wilson College and a workplace gender bias expert and consultant. Find her on Twitter at @amydiehl.
How Gender Bias Inhibits Progress and What Leaders Can Do About It
From rolling suitcases to the COVID-19 vaccine, women’s achievements and innovations are often ignored or stifled due to gender bias.
We can’t help but wonder: What other innovations and breakthroughs are we missing because women are so under-represented in certain industries and leadership? We can only imagine.