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I am a Jewish alumna of Penn’s Class of 2015. While an undergraduate, I served as class president for four years and was the first woman in Penn’s history to do so.
It was week three of our freshman year and we were excited new students seeking to navigate life on a new campus in a new city, amidst a new culture. Sitting amongst our peers in the annual Penn Student Government info session , we faced a daunting decision: To run or not to run?
The University of Pennsylvania is an amazing place. But it isn’t perfect.
No one can argue against the fact that a woman who pursues a leadership position will experience the challenges inherent in being a female leader.
Raised by a hard working, ambitious woman with a full-time job and enough drive to fuel a steam engine, I never thought to question the dictum — often repeated in my home — that the corporate ladder is “best climbed in a pair of Jimmy Choos.”