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Marilyn Paul
Management Educator in Gaza

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What Else She Said

I'm not sure a man could have done the job. I think part of my advantage was I'm a woman in a mostly male setting. I was treated with a lot of respect as a woman with a PhD. As an American woman with a PhD, I think I was sort of in a category unique to myself. I think one of my advantages was I was not an Israeli, I was not a Palestinian, I was not a man -- because it was mostly men. And that put me in this odd category, that people could, I think, deal with me, because I was so different.


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