Kathryn Minshew wanted to work for the CIA. But she ended up in Rwanda working on the HPV vaccine, then consulting for McKinsey & Company. Then she got involved with tech and discovered there were no online sites with actionable tips for managing your career. That’s when The Muse, a site that now attracts 75 million users, was born. Join CoveyClub founder, Lesley Jane Seymour, in discussion with Kathryn Minshew who discovered that helping others reinvent,  helped her reinvent herself. “Everyone has to reinvent themselves today,” Kathryn says, noting that some of the highest engagement on the site comes from “intergenerational job searches.” She also points out, that if women 40+ are often dismissed as serious entrepreneurs, women in their 30s have the same fight. “When I started the company, I’d be in a room with three women and 100 men. I was treated as a flirting target, not a founder.”

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