April Seifert received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She spent her doctoral career studying factors that uniquely impact women, particularly women in leadership positions and positions of power. After grad school, she spent about a decade in the growing field of data science.
She's a positive person even though when you'll hear her story she has every reason to be a bitter one.
Many life lessons and inspiring thoughts in this interview, it's worth your time. :)
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