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Becoming a corporate director hasn’t crossed the mind of most of the 20-something women I know. If anything, board membership is a far off fantasy. But, as Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire convincingly argues in The Board Game, one of the best ways to establish a career is to position yourself on a corporate board. With a growing demand for women on corporate boards,  the time to act is now. Here’s how to reap the benefits of board membership sooner rather than later.

Peter Westerman

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