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Born in 1985, Sanna Marin has already accomplished more than a lot of millennials.
Ava McDonald has a growing platform of Gen Z influencers promoting brands that they actually like.
Paid family leave, unicorn status for Rent the Runway and Glossier, and the #MeToo movement top this year’s list.
Fatoumata Ba, the Senegalese founder of Janngo Capital, is now investing in other startups that are owned by or benefit women.
Jessica Resler, co-founder of The Participation Agency, has channeled her drive into a growing experiential marketing firm.
Encourage your staff to keep these goals in the new year, says Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.