Germaine Smith Baugh finds a spouse’s personality is particularly important to career advancement in dual-income households with children. Smith Baugh, CEO of the Urban League of Broward County, is a rising star locally and nationally as she prepares to host the 2015 National Urban League Conference. She describes her husband, Paul Allan Baugh, who is a middle school assistant principal, as conscientious, easygoing, funny, supportive and a great listener.
Germaine Smith Baugh finds a spouse’s personality is particularly important to career advancement in dual-income households with children. Smith Baugh, CEO of the Urban League of Broward County, is a rising star locally and nationally as she prepares to host the 2015 National Urban League Conference. She describes her husband, Paul Allan Baugh, who is a middle school assistant principal, as conscientious, easygoing, funny, supportive and a great listener.
Germaine Smith Baugh finds a spouse’s personality is particularly important to career advancement in dual-income households with children. Smith Baugh, CEO of the Urban League of Broward County, is a rising star locally and nationally as she prepares to host the 2015 National Urban League Conference. She describes her husband, Paul Allan Baugh, who is a middle school assistant principal, as conscientious, easygoing, funny, supportive and a great listener.

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