I cling to the hope that with more and more women in the workplace, we can teach younger generations to be respectful and also encourage young women to speak up when they've experienced abuse.
I have strived to empower women and girls throughout my entire career.
I'm a huge believer in visualizing achieving the task before it happens.
My parents raised me with a never-give-up attitude, telling me I could be anything I wanted to be. I was a serious violinist and a valedictorian of my high school class. I knew all about hard work.
Sometimes when women come forward about sexual harassment, they're seen as a troublemaker.
In our society, people look at women who are tenacious, smart, attractive, and talented and for whatever reason say, 'There must be something wrong with that equation. She couldn't possibly be all of those things at once.'