Throughout history, women writers have endured censorship and human rights battles. They published their works in secrecy and used male pen names to make their voices heard. But today’s diverse written world is made better with the words of women. Their stories teach valuable lessons and provide inspiration for our daily lives.
Celebrating the headway made by history’s women writers, we’ve collected a few of our favorite page-turners written (and co-written) by influential women for how to succeed and prosper in local government.
The Chief Operating Officer of Facebook shares her personal stories and research as to why female progression in leadership and government is not yet equal to that of male counterparts. Sandberg also offers real-world solutions for women to achieve their full potential in the workplace.
Highly successful women including editors, authors, businesswomen, musicians, educators and others share their advice and anecdotes for women looking to push past their personal barriers to a successful career and maintain longevity.
These authors cast a light on female professionals and their roles within public administration. Bonnie Svrcek, who penned the foreword, is the very first woman Assistant City Manager to be President of the International City County Management Association (ICMA.) Svrcek is an NRC partner and current City Manager for the City of Lynchburg, Virginia.
NRC’s President, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer highlight the importance of citizen surveys as on-going tools in local government. These experts also include a step-by-step guide to conducting citizen surveys, helping to guide communities toward better futures.
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