Hosted by Vanessa Echols
It started with Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg's 2013 best seller about how women can make their voices heard and be bold in the workplace. But now there's another side to the story. Former First Lady Michelle Obama says leaning in doesn't always work. Author Minda Harts says it hasn't worked for women of color. And Tai Harden Moore, CEO of Moore Consultants says leaning in may very well get you kicked out if you are a woman of color. She joins our panel, along with UCF's Dr. Jennifer Sandoval, an expert on diversity and inclusion and Rhetta Hussein with The Black Press.