Investigating the Future of Women in Leadership

Josephine Doyle

Around 50 years ago, Alice Sheldon was a successful science fiction writer publishing under the male pseudonym James Tiptree Jr.. When she was discovered to be a woman, Alice lost a lot of respect from the male-dominated science fiction community (Lovell, 2016).

Interview with Julie Phillips – author of ‘James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon’

Since then, the representation of women in leadership roles has increased. However in 2020 there were more male CEO’s named Andrew than the combined number of females leading ASX200 companies (Hill, 2020).

Premium Vector | Young business woman stands out among many business men
(Freepik, 2021)

In predicting and evaluating such future cultures, my project timeline will be adapted according to feedback from my audience. I will also be engaging with users in reddit forums such as r/womenleadership to make more informed projections. The project will evaluate the benefits of a future culture with more female leadership in up to 50…

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