Margaret Hamburg — American Public Servant born on July 12, 1955,

Margaret Ann Hamburg is an American physician and medical/public health administrator. She has served as Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration since May 2009. She has announced her resignation as FDA Commissioner, effective in March 2015... (wikipedia)

I don't want to over generalize, but I believe that women are typically drawn to leadership styles that focus on consensus building, effective listening and working in teams. That's certainly been my leadership style, and I think it's been very successful.
At FDA, our mission is to promote and protect the health of the public. As commissioner, I've worked hard to galvanize people around that idea. I want employees to be thinking about the unique and essential contribution they are making to our mission.
I've been a medical and public health professional as well as a mother. I became skilled at juggling a number of priorities and competing interests. Like many other female leaders, I've tried to serve as a role model for the young women at my organization who are trying to balance a high-level leadership position and a family.
Once an organization has a strong sense of mission, leaders can focus on trying new things.

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