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Center for Talent Innovation 10 Year Anniversary

INTRODUCING SYLVIA ANN HEWLETT

Sylvia Ann Hewlett is an economist and the founding president and CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation, a nonprofit think tank where she chairs a Task Force focused on fully realizing the new streams of talent in the global marketplace. She is the author of 10 Harvard Business Review articles, 10 critically acclaimed nonfiction books including Off-Ramps and On-Ramps and Winning the War for Talent in Emerging Markets, and was recently voted #16 on the 2013 "Thinkers 50" listing of the world's top business gurus. Her writings have been widely published and she’s a featured blogger on HBR.org. A Kennedy Scholar and graduate of Cambridge University, she earned her PhD in economics at London University. READ MORE

(FORGET A MENTOR) FIND A SPONSOR
- A MUST READ FOR PROFESSIONALS -

"A must-read for any ambitious young woman (or man) who wants to get ahead. Sylvia Ann Hewlett provides actionable, hands-on advice—backed up with hard data and revealing stories from business leaders—for navigating the modern competitive workplace. Take her advice and run with it to the top."

- Anne Fulenwider, Editor in Chief, Marie Claire

“A powerful urgent book. Sylvia Ann Hewlett shows how women and people of color can win sponsors and take their place at decision-making tables”

Cornel West
Professor of Philosophy and Christen Practice, Union Theological Seminary

“We know the value of mentors to young professionals climbing the ladder, but Sylvia Ann Hewlett hits the mark in highlighting the tremendous power sponsors bring to that reach for the top. This is a significant work.”

James S. Turley
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ernst & Young

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