June 03, 2021

More Women Dealmakers Faced Burnout Than Men. A High-Powered Exec Details the 'Structural Inequalities' that Need to be Addressed

CMO Doug Cullen comments in Business Insider on some of the findings from Datasite’s Dealmakers Return to Work survey, which shows that women dealmakers were more burned out and had poorer mental health compared to their male counterparts during the pandemic. The article also explores the experience of one woman PE dealmaker during the pandemic and the efficacy of working remotely while juggling personal responsibilities.

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