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Ann Shoket is an editor-in-chief and senior media executive who is best known for her work at Seventeen and CosmoGIRL!. Her new book is called “The Big Life: Embrace the Mess, Work Your Side Hustle, Find a Monumental Relationship, and Become the BADASS BABE You Were Meant to Be.”

Ask For It CEO and founder Alexandra Dickinson shares her advice on how to ask for a raise in the book. Alex and four other women joined Ann for one of her signature Badass Babe dinners in her home to talk about ambition and emotions in every aspect of work and life.

Watch their conversation, originally shared via The New York Times Styles Facebook Live:

And read the follow up article:

"Alexandra Dickinson, 31, the chief executive and founder of Ask for It, a company that offers leadership and negotiation training, had just spoken about advising clients who felt that they had to “wait for their turn” rather than asking for a promotion or a raise."

 

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Alexandra Dickinson

Alexandra Dickinson is the CEO and founder of Ask For It, a boutique consulting company working to close the gender wage gap by effecting change at both the institutional and individual level. We work with companies, schools, organizations and individuals through a combination of trainings, workshops and consulting. Our goal is for women and men to be paid based on their talents and skills, regardless of gender, and for our company to have been an important part of that change.