Cheryl Gallup is a Senior Business Consultant at ESOP Partners and has an extensive track record of delivering comprehensive business solutions to a variety of industries.
The headline flashed across my screen and I did a double take, then gasped, then let out a heavy sigh. Oh no. Mary Tyler Moore is gone. Moore became famous in her role on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” but I watched her as Mary Richards on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” While the show was comedy, it was so much more to me and to women everywhere. It pushed gender equality and many other cultural issues into the mainstream. And to top it off, she was single, and it was her choice.