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| National Archives News WASHINGTON, April 27, 2018 — A panel of female career diplomats discussed their personal experiences during a recent event at the National Archives.
Taking part in the 11th Annual Mc Gowan Forum on Women in Leadership, they spoke about the historical role of women in the State Department and the diplomatic corps throughout the world, and they offered advice to young women entering the field of American foreign service.
Journalist and author Cokie Roberts moderated the discussion, which focused on women’s roles in diplomacy for the United States.
I'm sure this would vary by place, but I'm looking for some idea of how doable this would be for her.I encourage them to just ask for it.” This is the 11th annual Mc Gowan Forum on Women in Leadership held at the National Archives in Washington, DC.Past forums have addressed the cutting-edge roles of women in technology, political campaigns, and congressional leadership.The panelists lamented the limited roles women had often been given within the diplomatic corps in the past within the United States—particularly within career service at the State Department—sharing the slow but steady progress women have made over the decades.Rockwell-Johnson noted that it wasn’t until the enactment of the equal employment opportunity initiative in the 1960s that women truly began to progress through the ranks of career foreign service.
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