Women’s History Month is not just an “observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history.” It also provides us with an opportunity to reflect (and act) upon the important ways in which our systems and institutions can support women in every aspect of their lives. Moreover, it is a chance for us to examine the advancements that we’ve made – not to rest on our laurels, but to assess the work that still needs to be done.
The consulting industry has long made diversity and inclusion a priority in recruiting, developing, and empowering talent. In a traditionally male-dominated industry, the world’s top consultancies are disrupting the status quo – investing in resources and initiatives to further the hiring, retaining, developing, and promoting of women. Vault recently chatted with women professionals at some of our top-ranked consulting firms to hear about the strides their firms are making.
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