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Well behaved women never make history

Celebrating (Misbehavin’) Women’s History Month

Posted by gansie on April 7, 2009

jennp2As organizations proud of their legacy of supporting working women, Business and Professional Women’s Foundation and BPW/USA honor today’s trailblazing women as they lead the way in creating successful workplaces.

This Misbehavin’ interview is one in a series as BPW commemorates Women’s History Month. Yes, we know it’s April – but we still have some celebrating to do!

Name: Jennifer Pflasterer

Title: Consultant

Organization: Plexus Consulting Group

Jennifer Pflasterer has a background in business marketing and international economics. By working for a small company, it  provides her with a diverse client environment and a vast range of responsibilities and opportunities. Active in the community through volunteering and participating in a pilot program for recruitment through her alumni association, Pflasterer also tries to get some running in when she can.anneboleyn21

My favorite woman in history is…Anne Boleyn

Women have helped me succeed in my career by…demonstrating that you can break barriers and accomplish your goals with determination.

I support Business and Professional Women’s Foundation because…it is a voice for women and equality in the workplace.

The foundation is making employers and employees aware of the need for successful workplaces and the positive effect on the corporate community.

I’m proud to be a Misbehavin’ Woman by…constantly challenging myself.

You too can celebrate a woman in your life by making a $50 donation in her honor to BPW Foundation.

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