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Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin



Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin is an American political commentator, activist, author, and founder of The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership, a consulting firm that trains women's leadership and encourage political engagement and activism. Her Work has been featured on CNN, NPR, CNBC, and The Washington Post. Her mission is to create radical, revolutionary change toward freedom and dignity for all people by undermining white supremacist patriarchy and training women (cis and trans) to use their voices for change in truly intersectional solidarity with others fighting for justice.

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Speaking Truth to Power

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Becoming Heroines: Unleashing Our Power for Revolution and Rebirth

What if women forgot everything they’d been taught and radically redefined modern leadership? For those who have spent years playing by the rules only to suffer the cost, and who are now ready to transform their world and work, a soulful guide to knowing their power and using it for change at the...

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5 Ways to Be a Great Mom, Even When You’re Overworked

Remembering what matters most means knowing that no matter what we achieve in life, those we love are the primary reason why we do it. Staying present for your kids in quality ways whenever you can makes all the difference.

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Warrior Women Leaders - Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin

Warrior Women in Leadership: How Activist Women Leaders Save Organizations From Scandal and Grow the Bottom Line As companies fall and icons plummet amid growing scandals and daily bias revelations, old models of leadership are going the way of the dinosaur.

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I Used To Be Ashamed Of Making More Money Than My Husband. Not Anymore.

For the entirety of my married life, I’ve made more money than my husband. And not a little bit more — a lot. The year we met, in my job as a Wall Street lawyer, I made something like ten times what he did as an actor and bartender in New York City.

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Sick of Your Job? 5 Signs It’s Time to Quit

As an executive coach who works routinely with individuals in job transitions, the number one question I get asked is how to know when it’s time to leave a job.

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