Wendy Sherman

Director, Center for Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School

Director, Center for Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School, former U.S. Under secretary of State for Political Affairs (2011-2015). Her new book is titled “Not for the Faint of Heart; Lessons in Courage, Power and Persistence.”

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Ambassador Wendy Sherman admits she “lost it,” and broke down in “tears of anger and frustration” as lead negotiator for the Iran Nuclear Deal.

The Iran nuclear deal: ‘Not for the faint of heart’

Ambassador Wendy Sherman admits she “lost it,” and broke down in “tears of anger and frustration” as lead negotiator for the Iran Nuclear Deal.

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