A is for Aggressive: Owning My Scarlet Letter as a Woman in Business

The ‘Charging Bull’ and ‘Fearless Girl’ statues on Lower Broadway in New York. Photograph: Mark Lennihan/AP

The concept of the ‘Scarlet Letter’ dates back to 1850 when Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote the book and where the letter was used to evoke the public shaming of Hester Prynne for adultery. However, Hester goes on to challenge societal norms and proudly displayed the Scarlet Letter A on her clothing symbolizing both strength and ability. It also stands to point out the…

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Jennifer Hoffman

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Marketing. Quirky. Fun. VERY Opinionated. Lives for music, sports, good food and cocktails, definitely cocktails!

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