College and university leaders, especially female leaders, must be sure to publicly define who they are or someone else will do it, says Drew Gilpin Faust, the first woman to become the president of Harvard University. In this Q&A, Faust says leaders will always deal with "grey issues" and second-guess themselves, but they must forge ahead with what they believe is best.
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