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As a field, Public relations is approximately 70% female. You’d think such a female-dominated industry would be beyond the sexism so rampant in other industries; however, we witnessed first-hand this morning that that’s just not reality. Theresa Payton, former White House CIO, speaking at #PRSAicon (maybe don’t wear a shirt that keeps us distracted wondering what’s visible) http://pic.twitter.com/n7Gworh8xw — Pete Codella, APR (@codella) October 24, 2016 To which I responded with: Disappointed to see..  show all text

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