The Female Marketer’s Fear of Marketing
Rhea Drysdale

As a female marketer that also covers, I can relate to the anxieties of presenting in front of people. The moment I walk on any stage, the first question is never about my qualifications or knowledge, but rather my dress. So, having to prove myself to the audience so they are no longer fixated on my outer dress and listen to what I have to say, becomes quite a feat. But as diverse, strong women in marketing, it’s important to strongly state our point of view and pave a path so that more women of any background don’t have to feel those same anxieties and fears. Best of luck to you!