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🌷Gentlemen, Please Judge Me on My Brain and Contribution and Not the Way I Pee🌷

@Cherie Mathews

Stepping into the male-dominated industry of engineering, Cherie Mathews secured her place in a room full of innovators with the simple but intricate reverse engineering of an ordinary stapler. In a room full of engineers, she rolled up her sleeves and earned her place amongst the predominately male world of engineering. When diagnosed with breast cancer 20 years ago, Mathews was adamant to find the positive light in every negative situation, and with the help of reverse engineering, she created Heal In Comfort.

Read her whole interview for Global Woman Magazine and learn how did it feel to be a woman in a male-dominant industry and what advice would she give to young girls who are hesitant to enter a predominately male industry.

https://globalwomanmagazine.co....m/cherie-mathews-gen

She strongly believes in all of the steps that she advised on how to start a business but most importantly, she says : “Join Global Woman Club because you cannot survive without your girlfriends cheering you on”

Cherie Mathews: Gentlemen, Please Judge Me on My Brain and Contribution and Not the Way I Pee - Global Woman Magazine
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Cherie Mathews: Gentlemen, Please Judge Me on My Brain and Contribution and Not the Way I Pee - Global Woman Magazine

Stepping into the male-dominated industry of engineering, Cherie Mathews secured her place in a room full of innovators with the simple but intricate reverse engineering of an ordinary stapler. In a room full of engineers, she rolled up her sleeves [