Sleep is something I did not indulge in last night. While some were adventuring in the Land of Nod, I was restlessly tossing and turning; ruminating about the day to come. I was nervous, but mostly excited about my first day at Santy Integrated.
I have made quite a few observations about Santy in the short amount of time I’ve been here, but there is one thing that impresses me the most: The number of young, successful and talented women employed here. Only three men are employed at Santy, including the president and CEO. The average age of all the women that work here, including myself, is only 27.6 years old. I am incredibly excited to immerse myself in a company run by determined, ambitious, and not to mention, stylish women. Although our lunch hour was dictated by the latest episode of “The Bachelorette” and “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the minute we all entered our desks, the room was silenced and the only conversation shared was about work.
I am not saying that the men at Santy are any less talented than the women or that I am any less impressed with them. What I am saying is that as a young professional female and recent graduate, I sincerely look up to women around me and am eager to make myself known as one of the many accomplished and driven people on the Santy Team.
Who runs the world? Girls.