From her years at AT&T (T) - Get AT&T Inc. Report, Dow Chemical, and now as the first female CEO of an NBA team, Cynthia Marshall has consistently worked for equality and diversity in corporate culture.
Her visionary leadership was widely recognized by her work at AT&T where she helped elevate the company to Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list in 2017.
When Mark Cuban chose her to lead in the repair of the culture of the Dallas Mavericks, Marshall saw that as a rare opportunity to address major equality and respect issues in professional sports.
Cynthia Marshall has earned numerous accolades for her efforts and continues to push the envelope for inclusion and diversity for women in all types of workplaces.
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