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Dean Sally Blount '92, shown here addressing the crowd at Reunion 2014, spoke on women in business at the Aspen Ideas Festival

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Dean Sally Blount '92 shared her vision for women in business at the Aspen Ideas Festival


7/7/2014 - Increasing and expanding leadership roles for women is a topic close to the heart for Dean Sally Blount '92, not only for herself, but for her daughter.

Blount spoke on the changing roles for women and what the future might hold as part of a panel at the Aspen Ideas Festival on Wednesday, July 2. She was part of a panel that included Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington, Brown University President Christina Paxson and Thompson Reuters Foundation CEO Monique Villa.

Dean Blount on women in business