“When I’m leading, I want it to be both fun and exhausting. There’s something really special about being fierce when you’re creating something,” shared Sue Desmond-Hellmann, during her Stanford GSB View From the Top Talk on January 9, 2015. Discover how her work at Genentech and experience as the first female chancellor at UCSF informed and shaped the type of leader she is today as CEO of the Gates Foundation.

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