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Hear Us Roar (Before We Quit)

Last week, the latest Women in the Workplace report by McKinsey and LeanIn.org was released, ironically coinciding with the death of Australian singer Helen Reddy, who was famous for her Grammy-winning hit “I Am Woman: Hear Me Roar.” 

Like the song, the report had one clear refrain: Disproportionately affected by the Covid crisis, women—particularly working mothers—are roaring, asking to be heard. 

Will their message fall on deaf ears? Or will organizations realize now is their time to lean in and support their female workforce in the face of the unprecedented challenges 2020 has brought? 

“What we are seeing in this report should terrify all of us,” said Sheryl Sandberg, author of the best-selling book from which the Lean In movement originated, in an interview with NPR. “We are pulling the alarm bell here.”

As a board director, my job

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Hear the 2021 Audi e-tron GT, Which Is Also Getting an RS Model

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  • Audi has announced that the upcoming e-tron GT electric sports sedan will have a high-performance RS model.
  • It also released a clip of what the e-tron GT will sound like, although the RS model will have its own unique sound.
  • The 2021 Audi e-tron GT will be built in the same factory as the Audi R8 supercar and will begin production at the end of this year. It’ll arrive in the U.S. sometime next year.

    The 2021 Audi e-tron GT will debut later this year and will join the e-tron and e-tron Sportback SUVs as well as the upcoming Q4 e-tron crossover in Audi’s electric lineup. Ahead of its official debut, Audi showed us what the new electric grand

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    Hear the Call Colorado gives the gift of hearing in Longmont on Saturday

    When Linda Pierce thought about the significance of getting hearing aids on Saturday, after struggling with hearing loss for roughly three years, it was almost too emotional to talk about.

    “You can’t imagine,” she said choking up. “I moved into a senior building in June and haven’t heard much of what is said. It will be great to converse with my neighbors and grandkids.”

    Dr. Dusty Jessen, left,, tests the hearing of Janice Paterson in the sound booth on October 3, 2020. Audiologists gathered at the Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center to give the gift of hearing. (Cliff Grassmick/Staff Photographer)

    Pierce, of Evergreen, was one of 14 people Saturday who were able to get their hearing tested and be fitted for hearing aids for no cost or a low cost, based on income. The free hearing clinic was organized by the nonprofit organization Hearing the Call Colorado at the Longmont

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