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Favorite NFP Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, and Associate General Counsel Suzanne Spradley discusses her claim to fame, the most important thing she learned in high school, and the greatest risk she has even taken.
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Favorite EY Advisory Partner Andrea Carter shares her insights on the most important skill a leader should possess, the best way to prepare for an interview, and 3 items she keeps on her desk.
Favorite Vice President and Creative Director of UNLEASHED Jaclynn Brennan shares her favorite part of the design process, advice for interns, and the piece of jewelry that best describes her.
Favorite AT&T Assistant Vice President of Workforce Diversity & Inclusion Janice King discusses the most useful class she took in college, her leadership style, and the emoji that best describes her.
Favorite Southwest Airlines Senior Vice President, Chief Communications Officer Linda Rutherford shares the best advice she was given, the Southwest destination that best describes her, and what she would tell herself on the first day she started working at Southwest.
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