Seventy percent of Healthcare workers are women, including ninety percent of nurses, and ninety three percent of midwives. Yet, only twenty five percent of healthcare leadership roles are held by women. Why is that?
In this episode we talk to Robyn Sunday-Allen, Chief Executive Officer of the Oklahoma City Indian Health Clinic about how the lack of women in leadership positions affect women's health and overall policy. We also discuss Native American relations in Oklahoma and why it’s important for women to continue to speak up despite the risk of being penalized for doing so.
This recording was part of a more intimate coaching session with VEST Members and has been repurposed to accommodate this episode.
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