Thursday, February 19, 2009


With 9 million women in this country working in management, very few are promoted to senior level positions.

CEO follows one woman's journey as she assumes the mantle of power at a pivotal time in the corporation's history. In the end does the woman make the CEO, or does being CEO make the woman?


  1. Hi Pat Great to see you up and running, Best of luck with you new venture-


  2. I think it's right on the mark, tells it all and I like your bio on the side. Also the photo is good.

    How do you promote the blog? That's always been a mystery to me. I don't even know how to find blogs unless I'm sent a link.

    I'd like to write a play. Have to do homework on it. Afraid it would be too autobiographal so would have to imagine lots of "what ifs"
    Love, and much success, Elinor

    How about an early movie a week from Friday, March 6th We always have so much fun!

  3. I am delighted by responses of some of the Savvy Ladies who have tested this blog. They have remarked that I should edit the last sentence to read....Does the woman empower the CEO, or does the CEO empower the woman?
    Thank you all.

  4. 3/6/2009

    Dear Miss Gitt...

    Your writing is awesome, it tells the whole story, the real story behind the Corp. world. I feel it would make a great movie of the week. Can't wait for your next novel...

    Joe Baraba
    Santa Fe , New Mexico USA

  5. Thanks for leading me to this blog. With mine, I send a notice to my e-mail list every time I make an entry. I manage to personalize it by sending it to groups via blind copies. Your book sounds like I'd like to read it. I got a Kindle for Christmas and I'm loving it, but I find not all the things I want are available as e-books. I'll check yours out. Please check my blog at


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