Mentoring young women in the classroom: you don’t need to act more masculine, we should be making…
Sasha Wright

Sasha, this is an absolutely new and brilliant way to think of both what it means to be a leader and bringing our true selves to work. As a female engineer from India, with very supportive colleagues and strong female mentors, I have often wondered why we women are supposed to change ourselves to fit the “ Mold” — decided by a collective set of mostly older white men at least here in the U.S. That is what is driven into every “ Leadership” class I’ve gone to — speak more assertively, power positions, being direct, demanding …the list goes on and I ‘am sure everyone gets it. Let’s hope for a culture shift at least for our daughters.

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