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Make More Women Lending Officers, Panel Urges

Leslie Lawrence was a self-described "funky math whiz" in school. Later, when she applied for a corporate bank trainee job early in her career, she was up against five other applicants, all male. She didn't get the job, but after the choice was announced, the head of personnel called her and said she had been his first pick. "Please promise you'll come and apply next year," she recalls him urging. And she did.

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