Born on July 12, 1946, in Hyde Park, New York, United States, Marilyn Loden was an American writer, management consultant, and diversity advocate.
During a 1978 speech, she invented the phrase “glass ceiling”. She was an alumna of Syracuse University.
Loden was a featured enlist on the BBC series 100 Women where she discussed the role of gender discrimination in the workplace.
Marilyn Loden Cause of Death
Loden died on August 6, 2022, in St. Helena, California, United States, following a year-long battle with cancer.
Marilyn Loden Age
She was 76 years at the time of death.
Marilyn Loden Husband
Who was Marilyn Loden married to? She was married to John Loden. A little is known about her husband aside from his name.
Marilyn Loden Children
She did not have kids. Although Marilyn was married, she did not have children.
Marilyn Loden Parents
No records about her parents as to who her father and mother are.
Marilyn Loden Siblings
No information about her siblings, whether she has a brother or a sister.
Marilyn Loden Net Worth
Marilyn Loden has an estimated net worth of $2 million at the time of death.