Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's COO, has easily become the de facto face of the working executive mom and workplace equality. As one of the highest-ranking women in Silicon Valley (another being Yahoo's Marissa Mayer who is quickly becoming the poster child for how executives should not treat working moms), the mom of two (who once said she felt she had to sneak out of the office to see her kids) is trying to inspire her daughter and other young girls to go after their dreams in her new book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. But appearing on Good Morning America today, Sandberg said it was her son, who asked her if women "could even be president" who may have inspired her to write the book. Take a look.
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