Women’s History Month 2021: Women Leading Through Crisis

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In the last year, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the election of the first female Vice President of the United States, and a record number of women serving at the top of their professions. But the devastation of Covid-19 has impacted communities across the globe, and the burden of this crisis disproportionately falls on women. Women also dominate many fields that are under added stress from the pandemic: healthcare, education, and many essential worker roles. Still, women throughout our community have stepped up and responded to the critical need for leadership during this crisis. This Women’s History Month, we are celebrating women who are helping our community survive this crisis through their leadership and service.

3/3 Ask Me Anything: Suzanne Maye, Clinical Nurse Leader at UF Health