Women Standing Tall in San Diego City Hall

"It didn’t go unnoticed that a woman hired me. Aimee [right] hired me to work for the mayor. When we get into positions of authority and leadership, we have to make sure we support other women." Kris Michell, chief operating officer

"Women are the doers. We don’t spend a lot of time promoting ourselves, and that’s on us. Getting out there and getting comfortable with promoting ourselves is the best way we’re going to start moving the ball forward and competing on an equal playing field with men." Aimee Faucett, mayor’s chief of staff

"Our city needs more women to bring their problem-solving skills and inclusive mindset to positions of leadership. Women are generally more interested in the broader good than in pleasing the powerful, and they make a real difference." Mara Elliott, city attorney

Women Standing Tall in San Diego City Hall

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