A Look Back on The Women’s Movement
33 Years After Marching
Before women were working their way towards becoming C.E.O.’s, presidents and leaders of major corporations, there were the women marching for equal rights in the workplace decades prior.
of Prospect Heights, Illinois, is proud to call herself one of the “pioneers” who led the way for women to shatter the proverbial glass ceiling and exceed at all levels of business.
A resident of
Aspired Living of Prospect Heights
, Kaye rightfully boasts her resume as a paralegal at
Glenview Law Firm
through the 1980s.
“There were very few [women] paralegals,”
she recalls of her time working beneath an essentially all-male staff. “Women did most of the work anyway,” she laughs.