It’s time women were allowed to embrace balancing work, leadership and self-care

Kathrine Switzer, wearing bib number 261 on a snowy morning on April 19, 1967, took position at the starting line of the Boston Marathon. She was just a simple 20-year old athlete and marathon enthusiast. Four miles later, the race director attacked her and threatened to rip off the bib, “Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers!” Semple shouted. 

Read more at: