Women in banking today often bring work home, but when your husband is your boss, the line between work and home can get a bit blurry.
Lesa Black, vice president of Princeville State Bank in Illinois, whose husband, Andrew, is president of the $67 million bank, struggled to separate her professional and personal lives until her son helped her put things in focus.
“Andrew and I sometimes brought bank business home,” Lesa Black says. “We’d talk about issues over dinner. We knew we had to stop when my son, Matthew, who was 8 or 9 at the time, starting . . .
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