Havas' Kate Robertson: 'Gratuitous sexism is the biggest challenge young women face'

The advertising boss was against board quotas until she saw women passed over for board positions without good reason.

by Rachel Savage, Tas Underwood
Last Updated: 23 Feb 2016

Havas Worldwide co-president Kate Robertson would tell her 18-year-old self that work is fun and has a problem with the concept of a work-life balance.

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