Do female leaders make a difference?
The question itself is chauvinistic. It puts pressure on women to do more, to be better than their male counterparts. Ironically, the pressure often comes from women, who contend that those with XX chromosomes lead differently, push harder for gender equality and are more attuned to the demands of work and family.
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ALLEGRA LAWRENCE-HARDY TALKS ABOUT changing the world because that’s the charge given to students at Spelman College, a historically black liberal arts college for women in Atlanta. “In my family, all women go to Spelman,” she says, citing her mother and grandmother, both of whom worked at Spelman in various capacities, too.
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