Felipe Blue, MA, LCAS interviews Ashley Gilmore of Gilmore Counseling about her upbringing, her therapeutic approach, and her views of Black women being "Superwomen" and how this may be detrimental to their wellness and recovery. While Black women, women of color and women in general are increasingly visible in leadership roles across many professions, in academia, business, medicine, and law, real gains in high level leadership roles and economic parity remain illusive and fragile. There remains a dearth of women in educational leadership positions. For example, while women comprise 80% of the teaching force, less than 30% of educational leaders are women--13% of these are Blacks, 6.5% are Latino, and 3% are Asian.
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