Cynthia Marshall, former head of Human Resources and chief diversity officer for AT&T, replaced Mark Cuban as chief executive officer of the Dallas Mavericks after Cuban failed to protect the women on his team, promoting a toxic work environment. After nearly a year on the job, Marshall’s efforts in a historically male-dominated workplace (the NBA) have made waves in improving office morale and providing support to victims of sexual harassment. Read more.
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