In the lead-up to its annual Women’s Leadership Symposium this week, D CEO has released a digital version of its June/July issue. It includes a feature story by Sherri Daye Scott called “Power Shift,” which showcases three Black leaders who are at the helm of some of Dallas’ most revered institutions. It also includes a package by Associate Editor Kelsey J. Vanderschoot called “The Fight For Funding,” detailing the experiences of women entrepreneurs in North Texas.
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You’ll also find:
- Brandon J. Call’s profile of Olympic medal-winning gymnast—and Larry Nassar survivor—Tasha Schwikert, now an attorney with Munck Wilson Mandala.
- A package featuring AT&T’s Anne Chow, Poo~Pouri’s Suzy Batiz, RewardStyle’s Amber Venz Box, and 17 other women leaders, who share how they’re adjusting to the new normal of working from home.
- A report by Real Estate Editor Bianca R. Montes, who catches up with Dallas’ chapter of CREW as it celebrates 40 years of pushing the needle when it comes to income parity and gender bias in the industry.
- Verbena Parlor + Social House owner Ashley Tran’s tale of leaving Vietnam to seek refuge in America, a harrowing journey that includes being stranded for months on a deserted island.
- Managing Editor Will Maddox’s look back at Sarah Horton Cockrell, considered to be the founding mother of Dallas.
- A conversation with The Power Group’s Amy Power, who launched her firm 21 years ago on the same day she gave birth to her first child.
- A look at how a hankering for hunting led real estate executive Lynn Dowdle to develop a lifelong passion focused on female empowerment.
It all starts with an opinion piece from Editor Christine Perez on the business case for ending racism.
Read all of these stories and more here.