Why aren't more women leaders in STEM?

04/29/2013 | Forbes

Though more women are earning degrees in science, technology, engineering and math, and there are some women in STEM leadership roles, there is still more to be done, writes Xiaochun Luo, group vice president and chief scientific officer at Avon. Luo suggests women in these fields reach out to younger generations to inspire early interest in STEM.

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