On February 19th we heard from GrassrootsLab, a public affairs firm from California, which recently released a report on city management. One of the most enlightening findings was that female city managers tend to serve shorter tenures than their male counterparts, a hidden glass ceiling.
As a part of ELGL’s ongoing #13Percent campaign to bring attention to the low number of women in city manager level positions, Chloe Kachscovsky and Mike Madrid delved deeper into the report and answered questions from ELGL members. You can watch the recorded webinar using the link below (or entering this into your browser: www.anymeeting.com/548-383-308/E154D8858247).
Highlights from Twitter during the webinar: