Brave enough- the landmark equal pay lawsuit with the Boston Symphony with Elizabeth Rowe
Elizabeth Rowe is a lot of things, talented, intelligent, performer and an unexpected social justice advocate. As the principle flutist with the Boston Symphony, she performs at the highest levels all over the world; however, she was not paid the same as her male counterparts. Elizabeth made the gut wrenching decision to file a lawsuit against her employer because it was simply something she could not ignore. In the middle of what was the most difficult season of her life, a surprising passion ignited in her that had nothing to do with music. She discovered her voice and a passion to assist others in their own personal journeys. What started out as the worst thing imaginable turned out to be one of the greatest gifts of her life.
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- Joan Jett
- Dolly Parton
- Viola Davis
- Ina Garten
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