Elana Lyn Gross
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When Erik Kjell Berg’s first child Livia Dylan was born, he took 12 weeks of paid paternity leave from his role as cofounder and vice president of product at Tomorrow Ideas, a financial wellness company.
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"Each of us must find our passion and act on that – to pursue those dreams and have a positive impact on the world."
“Down the road in the future when someone looks back on this time, I want to be standing on the right side of history and that change.”
"It is absolutely critical to, 'Lift as you climb.' This is a core value for my leadership style and I’m intentional about making time for women at earlier stages of their life and career even while I am still struggling to figure out my own."