What to Do When You’re the Only Woman in the Room
— June 25, 2019
By Dolly Chugh
Being the only one had some benefits (I guess): I was usually noticed and remembered. I suspect that my ability to keep up — and even surpass the performance of my male peers — was at times unexpected, and thus viewed positively by some in the firm.
But it also meant there were few role models for me. It was harder for me to visualize being there long-term. I felt like an outlier.
Read the full article in The New York Times.
Dolly Chugh is an Associate Professor of Management and Organizations.