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July 14, 2007

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Christina Steder

Michelle,

Once again, you are right on target! I think one of the biggest problems is that the predominately male management attempts to treat everyone equally, instead of fairly. Equal means everyone is the same. Fair means everyone gets what they need, when they need it. (As long as it doesn't hurt the business, of course.) The challenges for women CPAs and attorneys are different than they are for men, both inside and outside the office. And, unfortunately, women aren't always supportive of each other either. Women who have to fight tooth and nail to get to the top in the individualistic world of professional services are many times more worried about jeopardizing the status they worked so hard to achieve than helping others achieve it also. I agree with you that smaller firms will win out, but so will newer firms, those without long-standing traditions that are written in stone. New, open minds will change the future for women CPAs and attorneys.

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