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Balancing Work and Family and the Lessons Learned Along the Way with Laura Redinger
Episode 3129th April 2024 • Deal Us In • McGuireWoods
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The workplace has changed considerably in recent years, making arrangements such as working from home more common. However, navigating a career path while simultaneously raising a family can still be challenging, especially in the high-powered financial industry.

On this episode of Deal Us In, host Kelsey Hitchcock, partner at McGuideWoods, welcomes guest Laura Redinger, Principal and Business Development Leader at Foundation Investment Partners, a private equity firm focused on acquiring niche manufacturers, high value added distributors, outsourced business service providers, and niche software developers.

Tune in to hear Laura share how she made the transition from commercial banking to private equity, and how she balanced being a working mom in a primarily male-dominated field, as well as the lessons she learned along the way. Laura also imparts advice for other women aspiring to leadership roles in private equity, particularly those facing gender-related obstacles in their career advancement. 

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