Women In The Workplace GUESTS: Ellen Fagenson Eland Professor of Business and Management, George Mason University Member, Editorial Review Board, International Review of Women and Leadership Ellen Bravo Co-Director, "Nine to Five," a national association of working women Sheila Wellington President, Catalyst, a national research/advocacy organization on women and leadership The gender balance of the US workforce has changed dramatically over the past few decades. Women now constitute more than 40 percent of American workers -- up from 38 percent a generation ago. And the number of women in management and executive positions keeps growing. This trend has changed women's identities and in turn, women have changed the nature and structure of the workplace. Join Ray Suarez for a look at how women are changing workplace culture on the next Talk of the Nation ...from NPR News.