The workplace has improved for women, but there’s still much more to be done to develop the next generation of female leaders. That was one of the takeaways from Egon Zehnder’s second annual “Leaders & Daughters” dinner and panel discussion at Cantaloup, a restaurant in São Paulo, on March 13th. The highly-esteemed panelists all came from traditionally male-dominated fields, like auto-racing, financial markets, genetic engineering, and educationin-politics. They were: Lygia da Veiga Pereira, Ph.D., chair of human genetics and head of the USP National Embryonic Stem-Cell Lab; Priscila Cruz, the founder and executive of Todos pela Educação (Everyone for Education); Cristina Junqueira, co-founder and VP of Branding and Business Development at Nubank; and race car driver Bia Figueiredo. The event was moderated by TV journalist Izabella Camargo.