Staff Reporters
Sep 30, 2019

What goes into glass ceilings, and how to smash them

WATCH: Merlee Cruz-Jayme talks about the biggest component of glass ceilings and the challenges in breaking all types of them.

The chairmom and chief creative officer of Dentsu Jayme-Syfu explains how glass ceilings are formed, both through gender bias and discrimination externally and by internal self-doubt. 

Check out our daily Spikes coverage for a recap of Cruz-Jayme's Spikes Asia 2019 appearance, where she related how she went about breaking many types of glass ceilings throughout her career.

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