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Megan Hughes Discusses Importance of Seeing People In A Role You Wish To Achieve

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  • Date Added : 3/5/2014
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Megan Hughes

  • Coordinator, WNBA - Women's National Basketball Association
  • female
  • AfricanAmerican
  • 1986 (Age: 34 years old)
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Megan Hughes is the Coordinator for Basketball Operations and Player Relations at the WNBA. Megan Hughes is a graduate of Cornell University.

When you first said that I thought external barriers. A lot of them I feel like we create them ourselves. So I would first say really, truly evaluate like what power do you have to make whatever change it is that you feel that you need to make. But, you know, beyond that, in my world, in athletic...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 5 Megan Hughes Discusses Academic and Professional Background
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Video 2 of 5 Megan Hughes Discusses Transition From NBA to WNBA
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Video 3 of 5 Megan Hughes Discusses Advising Women In The Workplace
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Video 4 of 5 Megan Hughes Discusses Importance of Seeing People In A Role You Wish To Achieve
  • Megan Hughes - Panel - Has The Glass Ceiling Been Shattered
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Video 5 of 5 Megan Hughes Discusses Use Of Phones In The Workplace
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