This KPMG principal leads a team to accelerate women’s careers


By Meredith Somers | MIT Ideas Made to Matter | November 16, 2020

A 2020 women’s leadership study from LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Co. found that American women held less than 40% of corporate management positions, and women continue to fight underrepresentation when it comes to board positions and CEO roles. They also face gender bias, harassment, and opposition to their management styles.

Here’s how one Sloan alumna has pushed back on those statistics and used what she’s learned along the way to help those behind her.

Click here to read the interview with Julia Abramovich, MBA ’02, principal, KPMG.

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