How Former WNBA President Is Leaving a Legacy for Young Women

Laurel Richie shares advice on work-life integration and what’s next for her career

When Laurel Richie turned 50, she sat down to think through the legacy she wanted to focus on for the rest of her career. It was in this moment she decided to work towards creating opportunities for girls and young women to realize their full potential. As she went on to become the first-ever CMO for Girl Scouts of the USA and the first African American to lead a major U.S. sports league (WNBA), Laurel made good on her promise to herself and girls all around the country.

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