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PARK CITY, UT—There are many ways to ensure your organization is building a culture that supports women empowerment. One key method is advocacy programs, according to speakers at a mentorship panel at this year’s GlobeSt. ELITE Women of Influence conference held in Park City, UT.

Among speakers on the panel was Karen Tepera, managing director of client services at Greystar. Eleven years ago, Tepera saw that there were still few non-Greystar female executives in her client meetings and she wanted female leaders to have more than a seat at the table. She actually wanted to build a new table altogether. Backed by Greystar’s entrepreneurial spirit, she did just that.

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