View this email as a web page here.
WorkIt_WeeklyWordmark_Frame600_v1.png

 

November 7, 2018

Marysol Castro

 

“Sure, there have been situations where people look at me and they want to test me. Why? I’m short, I’m five-two. I’m a woman. I’m Latina. So I know I have to work twice as hard as everyone else. It doesn’t stop me.”

On the latest episode of "Work It," I'm joined by Marysol Castro, the first woman PA announcer for the New York Mets and the first Latina PA announcer for Major League Baseball, who shares her story about breaking barriers, holding her own in a male-dominated field, and why representation matters.


 

Reading List

How to get ahead in a male-dominated field.

The one piece of advice young women need to know.

10 easy ways to make your direct report more efficient.

Women's voices are judged more harshly than men's.

How being underestimated made these women more successful.


 

Quote of the Week    

"Champions keep playing until they get it right." - Billie Jean King

 

Never, never, never give up.


 

Work It forward by sharing this email with an awesome lady in your life. Did someone forward you this email? Subscribe here.

Want to keep working it? Buy the book!