If women ran the country, the leadership would probably look like the crowd at Fortune’s annual Most Powerful Women Summit. The usual male-female ratio is reversed. For three days, you can visit a parallel universe where the high-level leaders in every conceivable field are women — onstage, in the audience, at the hotel bar. Gone is the lone female general or CEO in a group shot of guys in suits; instead she’s just one of 300 elite women in the room. It’s a normalization of female power that’s so unusual, it’s a bit startling.
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