A Conversation with Sheila Callahan, VP of T. Rowe Price Investment Services & T. Rowe Price Associates Inc.
How do you build workplace confidence in a male-dominated environment? For women like Sheila Callahan, it comes from 17 years of camaraderie and mentorship at an organization that understands what women in the workplace need to succeed. She started her career as an Administrative Assistant and moved through the ranks in a competitive industry (while becoming a mother along the way!) to her current position as Vice President of T. Rowe Price's Investment Services. Through this journey, Sheila has gained confidence in her abilities and a solid understanding of her worth.
We sat down with Sheila to discuss her career journey and answer our community members' questions about how they too can become more confident at work.
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