Gender Inequality

Having women in leadership roles is more important than ever, here's why

Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin (second from right), Minister of Education Li Andersson, Minister of Finance Katri Kulmuni and Minister of Interior Maria Ohisalo Image: REUTERS

Leanne Kemp

Chief Executive Officer, Everledger

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