Ever Feel Like an Imposter in the Board Room? Seven Ways to Conquer Impostor Syndrome–Lessons from African American Business Women

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Feeling like an imposter is common when you’ve scratched yourself out of the trenches of the hood to achieve education and professional success. Hell, I didn’t even grow up in the hood and there were times that I felt (or was made to feel) like I didn’t belong. Often the workplace is the first time black women are exposed to mainstream, white society, and the first inclination might be to find the first black face you can find and cling to them. . . .

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