Penn State Professor of Communications Nichola Gutgold is featured in an article in USA Today. An excerpt of this story is featured below:
“ ‘It is absolutely progress for women, and specifically women of color, to have a critical mass in key positions of power,’ said Nichola Gutgold, professor of communication at Pennsylvania State University and the author of numerous books on women and the presidency. ‘Research shows that when we see people in power who have not historically held positions of power, it paves the way … for more.’ ”
Read more at USA Today.
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Penn State Professor of Communications Nichola Gutgold spoke to the San Fransisco Chronicle and had some advice for Hillary Clinton in regards to giving speeches. An excerpt of this article is below:
“Don’t take the podium.
“ ‘Do something daring,’ suggests Nichola Gutgold, professor of communication at Penn State University and author of ‘Almost Madam President’ and ‘Gender and the American Presidency: Nine Presidential Women and the Barriers They Faced.’
“ ‘Walk around the room’ Gutgold, who is in Philadelphia watching the convention, suggests so she can get closer to the people — as a way to bring out her humanity.”
Read more at the San Fransciso Chronicle.