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A Feminine Critique of Agency Life: Gotham's Sheri Baron

3 Minute Ad Age: July 2, 2008

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- The dismantling of management training programs during the 1980s is one of the reasons so few women have achieved C-level executive status in today's ad agencies, said Sheri Baron, president of ad agency Gotham. Speaking at the Advertising Club's "Feminine Mystique" luncheon, she also called for greater industry effort to help female agency workers achieve a healthier balance between their professional and family lives.

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