KAREN SUMBERG is a Vice President at the Center for Work-Life Policy and an expert in gender, career pathing and communications. She has led key research projects for the CWLP including “Bookend Generations: Leveraging Talent and Finding Common Ground” and “Sin Fronteras”and has pioneered the use of CWLP signature research tools. She is coauthor of Harvard Business Review article “How Gen Y and Boomers Will Reshape Your Agenda,” as well as the Harvard Business Review Research Report The Athena Factor: Reversing the Brain Drain in Science, Engineering, and Technology.


In addition, she is the co-author of  Sin Fronteras: Celebrating and Capitalizing on the Strengths of Latina Executives; Global Multicultural Executives and the Talent Pipeline; The Under-Leveraged Talent Pool: Women Technologists on Wall Street and Harvard Business Online blogs.Prior to joining CWLP, Ms. Sumberg worked in Japan and Australia and has experience in the publishing industry, with a focus on marketing and communications. Ms. Sumberg received her BA from the University of Maryland and is working toward her MBA at Fordham University.

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