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Using her own career as illustration, Acting Director Elaine Kaplan gave career advice for women in the federal government at last week's White House Summit on Women in Leadership.
"Today we recognize that we gain strength from including women fully, at every level of responsibility. Your career path in the Federal government should depend on your ability to do the job, not your gender. You deserve to be held to the same standard as men – and to be paid the same for the work you do."
Eleanor Clift moderates the panel "Engaging Women to Advance in their Federal Careers" which includes (from left to right) Stacia A Hylton, Pat Shiu, Ellen Malcolm, Robin R. Braun.
USOPM Photo By: Timothy Grant (6/5/2013)