Journey to the Boardroom: A Step-by-Step Guide

Getting on a board is a journey that requires a clear intention and constant focus, as Athena member Meg Crofton knows well after joining the boards of notable companies like Tupperware Brands, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, and HCA Healthcare. Learn the 10 steps she took to land her first opportunity (and succeed when she got there) in this guide.

A practical guide to successful board service

In this insightful and practical guide, experienced board director Meg Crofton shares ten steps to accelerate women leaders’ path to board service:

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