5 Moms Who Rock Their CEO Status

Motherhood no longer means abandoning your life’s work to raise a family.

Today more than ever, moms are taking the plunge and juggling their home and work lives to bring home the bacon and serve it up for breakfast. Even though our culture is making strides in the right direction when it comes to women, especially mothers, in the workforce, the number is still staggeringly low. Only 5% of CEOs at Fortune 500 companies are women.

A growing number of women at the top of the corporate ladder also go by the name of “Mom.” These five superwomen have not only managed to tackle two challenging tasks at once, but they have gone above and beyond to become the best at what they do on the homefront and in the workforce.

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