Civility in America Series: Workplaces That Serve Parents Well with Joann S. Lublin, Former Wall Street Journal Career Columnist

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In her latest book, Power Moms: How Executive Mothers Navigate Work and Life, journalist and author Joann S. Lublin compares two generations of women—boomers and Gen Xers—to examine how each navigates the challenges of juggling managerial careers and families. 

Lublin is a power mom herself. She raised two children while rising to management news editor of The Wall Street Journal, sharing its Pulitzer Prize in 2003, and inaugurating its career-advice column. She was one of the Journal’s first female journalists, and among the first to take maternity leave and resume work.

Meg Whitman, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, calls Power Moms “a fantastic case study of working women,” and Abbe Raven, former CEO of A+E Networks, says it is “a must read for the next generation of business leaders.”

Book sale and signing. Book sale conducted by Elm Street Books.

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Sponsored by The Dilenschneider Group and the Ferguson Library in conjunction with Hearst Media Services CT.