WHAT is it like to lead a 200-year-old maritime welfare charity that was born, raised, and managed in the ways of the old?

When Sara Baade first came to the Sailors' Society in Southampton, Hampshire in the United Kingdom, the challenge was palpable. She was a progressive, young woman entering a traditional organization made for an industry dominated by men. All these at the height of a global pandemic.

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