Did You Know?
Women represent only 4.6 percent of the Chief Executives
of the largest companies in the United States.
Only one in three girls with low self-esteem are confident in having a successful career.
Low confidence and self-esteem drastically reduces the likelihood of girls to follow ambitious career paths. This lack of confidence is found to detrimentally affect females not just in the classroom, but in the workforce as well.
The great news is that this is a trait that can be reversed with action.