The GE Executive Pulling Women Up the Ladder with Her

Lena Dunham interviews vice chair Beth Comstock, the first female vice chair of General Electric.

Beth is, by all accounts, a formidable star.  She is tireless and dogged in her pursuit to bring women with her, to invest in fledgling businesses, and to take a chance on creative ideas that most megacompanies would sneeze at. She's a geek for science, a champion for women in tech, and a self-identified introvert. She's a study in contradictions and a lesson to this downtown child that her early conceptions of businesswomen were as cartoonish as Disney princesses.

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Anjana Nagarajan

Lena Dunham interviews vice chair Beth Comstock, the first female vice chair of General Electric.

Beth is, by all accounts, a formidable star.  She is tireless and dogged in her pursuit to bring women with her, to invest in fledgling businesses, and to take a chance on creative ideas that most megacompanies would sneeze at. She's a geek for science, a champion for women in tech, and a self-identified introvert. She's a study in contradictions and a lesson to this downtown child that her early conceptions of businesswomen were as cartoonish as Disney princesses.

http://www.lennyletter.com/work/interviews/a390/ge-executive-pulling-wom...

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