Important People in Lean In

Sheryl Sandberg
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Sheryl Sandberg

Sheryl was lucky to grow up in a loving family with parents who had the same expectations for Sheryl as she had for her younger sister and younger brother. They were all bright children and encouraged to do well in school. The girls weren’t burdened with all the household chores. David had to do his share, too. The children were raised to believe that girls could do anything that boys could do. Her insecurities began to manifest in high school.

When she was accepted at Harvard, many of her high school classmates questioned why she wanted to go to school with a bunch of geeks. Sheryl wasn’t worried; she’d fit in because she was a geek. By the time Sheryl went to college, she and fellow female students were sure they’d balance career and family with one hand tied behind their backs...

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