This circle is run at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
About our Circle
Looking for members
We would like to discuss Sheryl Sandberg’s ideas and examine ways that we may apply them specifically to our own lives, in terms of both our present and future selves. We wish to examine the influence of intersectionality on our identities and cover issues relevant to our daily lives, such as objectification, current legislation surrounding women’s rights, and internalized misogyny. We also want to discuss topics that we feel the understanding of would contribute to our success as future professionals, including but not limited to the pay gap, confidence gap, and the challenge of working parenthood. We are accepting any and all members in our circle, and we are open to spending time on specific topics of interest for group members. We would like to foster a safe and engaging environment where people feel comfortable speaking their minds
2 Leaders, 12 Members
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We’re always looking for new members. Join today to be a part of Lean In’s global community.
How it works
A Lean In Circle is a small group of 8–12 women who meet regularly to support one another and learn new skills.
Why join a Circle?
85% of members credit their Circle with a positive change in their lives.