What Sheryl Sandberg Didn’t Say About Facebook’s Russia Problem

Sheryl Sandberg has been chief operating officer of Facebook since 2008. She's the best-selling author of Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead and the founder of the nonprofit Lean In. Her second book is Option B. Clearly, she's a very accomplished person.

So am I. Shondaland is my company. I run that mother. I am in charge. I am the leader. It's fantastic. It's also really hard. As it should be. I'm fortunate to work with an incredible team of people, but it's not easy for them, either. I expect a lot from them. They expect a lot from me in return. But mostly what they expect from me is my leadership. That leadership takes the form of my imagination. Puffs of creative clouds sprouting from my fingers onto my computer. Waves of an imaginary sword as I charge all five shows forward into the great beyond of who knows what.

People expect me to be, first and foremost, a storyteller. I lead by telling stories. People expect Sheryl to be, first and foremost, an executive. She can't puff some creative clouds. Not to diminish what I do — because why would I? — but Sheryl stands at the center of a massive global brand that connects and influences our lives daily in ways small and large, good and worrisome (ahem, Russia). No matter how you feel about social media, you can't deny the giant that is Facebook.

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