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Gail and Madeleine both share similar sentiments - Madame Secretary once said "There is a special place in hell for a woman who doesn't help her sister" and Gail often quotes her. Before lunch, Gail and Madeleine shared the quip and a laugh. Both sadly admitted the issue still exists. Romero said that in her estimation more women would be in the leadership pipeline if women were better equipped to think of their "sisters" as colleagues rather than competitors. Read about the Clinton Global Initiatives 2014.
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