Her best advice for the next generation: I have made it a personal priority over the past few years to both mentor and be mentored by young people, in particular young women. I welcome the opportunity to connect with young people, discover what the world looks like for them and how they’re experiencing it; essentially walking in their shoes. I am committed to working multi-generationally, as I believe it to be a critical opportunity to lifelong learning and growth. This type of learning is not one-dimensional, but provides opportunity to exchange knowledge, share perspectives, and discover the world through the eyes of younger people.