Blue Bicycle Books and the Center for Women present Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of Lean In, in conversation with NPR’s Michele Norris, May 10, 2017, 6:30 pm, at the Charleston Music Hall, 37 John St., Charleston.
Tickets are $35 and include a pre-signed copy of Option B, pre-signed by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant.
For more information call Blue Bicycle Books at 843-722-2666.
Sheryl will share what she and Adam learned together about helping others in crisis, developing compassion for ourselves, raising strong children, and creating resilient families, communities and workplaces. Many of these lessons can be applied to ordinary struggles, allowing us to build resilience for whatever lies ahead. They will discuss the capacity of the human spirit to persevere… and to rediscover joy.
Sheryl Sandberg is chief operating officer at Facebook, overseeing the firm’s business operations. Prior to Facebook, Sheryl was vice president of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google, chief of staff for the United States Treasury Department under President Clinton, a management consultant with McKinsey & Company, and an economist with the World Bank. Sheryl received a BA summa cum laude from Harvard University and an MBA with highest distinction from Harvard Business School.
Sheryl is the co-author of Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy with Wharton professor and bestselling author Adam Grant. She is also the author of the bestsellers Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead and Lean In for Graduates. She is the founder of the Sheryl Sandberg & Dave Goldberg Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to build a more equal and resilient world through two key initiatives, LeanIn.Org and OptionB.Org (launching April 2017). Sheryl serves on the boards of Facebook, the Walt Disney Company, Women for Women International, ONE, and SurveyMonkey.
Sheryl lives in Menlo Park with her son and daughter.
Michele Norris spent more than a decade as a host of NPR’s “All Things Considered” where she interviewed world leaders, American presidents and, Nobel laureates. Before joining NPR in 2002, Norris spent almost ten years as a reporter for ABC News in the Washington Bureau. She also worked as a staff writer for The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune and The Los Angeles Times. She is the author of the memoir The Grace of Silence and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. She and her husband Broderick Johnson have three children and live in Washington, D.C.