It's been a year since Sheryl Sandberg published her book, "Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead," and we're betting that many of you have read it, or at least are familiar with its themes. We know our readers are a great source of information and knowledge. Now we'd like your take on some topics from the book and if they have had any impact on your life. Tell us your stories.
Send your response in a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put Lean In in the subject line, and in the body, put your name, the topic and your response in 150 words or less by March 28. We'll put as many responses as we can in a final post or series beginning March 31.
Andrea Newell has more than ten years of experience designing, developing and writing ERP e-learning materials for large corporations in several industries. She was a consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers and a contract consultant for companies like IBM, BP, Marathon Oil, Pfizer, and Steelcase, among others. She is a writer and former editor at TriplePundit and a social media blog fellow at The Story of Stuff Project. She has contributed to In Good Company (Vault's CSR blog), Evolved Employer, The Glass Hammer, EcoLocalizer and CSRwire. She is a volunteer at the West Michigan Environmental Action Council and lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. You can reach her at email@example.com and @anewell3p on Twitter.