"Have you really come a long way, Baby?" Ann Hopkins, Hollins class of 1965 earned an M.A. in mathematics from Indiana University, taught at Hollins for a year, and then joined IBM, where she helped launch scientific and weather satellites and learned how to manage projects. While doing management consulting for Big Eight accounting firms, she encountered a number of anachronistic policies and practices. In 1984, after being denied partnership, she sued Price Waterhouse for sex discrimination. In 1991, she became the first-ever court-ordered partner, serving 10 years before retiring in 2001. She will discuss how her work environment changed from the time she sued until she retired. Sponsored by Hollins Activity Board.