Leadership

by Katrina Brown-Hunt When Nicole Dye-Anderson was just out of college, she worked on the reelection campaign of then Senator Joe Biden. For the Delaware native—“I’m Delaware born, Delaware bred, and, when I die, Delaware dead,” she quips—it was a big honor. “I grew up with...

The start-up veteran made life easier for moms when she launched a company while taking time off to be with her children By Katrina Brown Hunt In 2011, Lynn Perkins took a break from the tech world to spend quality time with her small kids. In doing...

Susan Johnson, SunTrust’s CMO, initially stumbled into the field—and is now a respected and innovative corporate marketing guru By Sheryl Nance-Nash Sometimes you don’t have to look beyond your own backyard for inspiration. That was certainly the case for Susan Johnson. Her mother, who emigrated from Jamaica...

As the first female president of the University College of the Cayman Islands, Dr. McAfee arrives with a bold vision By Kimerley Olson As a child, Stacy McAfee loved to pretend that she was a teacher. As she got older, she was equally drawn to business. Happily, she...

Between hard hats and experiments with dusty robots, Tessa Lau follows a leadership approach that’s human first and foremost By Aditi Malhotra Inside a small warehouse in a nondescript building in Silicon Valley, Tessa Lau and her team of six roboticists at Dusty Robotics have set up shop...

ManpowerGroup’s Christopher Rowland advocates for a workplace defined by openness, self-awareness, and listening By Giulia Pines Christopher Rowland quotes Nas as easily as Martin Luther King Jr. He believes that the words of a multiplatinum rap artist can be just as influential as the words of a civil...

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