Women – especially women of color – continue to be vastly underrepresented in leadership positions. The COVID-19 crisis has proven to be a particular burden on working women, who left the workforce in droves to care for children or relatives. But, now, have remote work and increased public discourse about racial discrimination opened new windows of opportunities for aspiring women leaders? In this episode of the Lean In podcast – entitled “Tilted” – Shellye Archambeau, one of Silicon Valley’s first Black women CEOs, and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg discuss female leadership in a post-pandemic world.
About the Podcast
“Tilted” explores topics at the intersection of gender and culture. Here, podcast host Rachel Thomas talks with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and the former CEO of MetricStream, Shellye Archambeau.
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