As a young lawyer, it was hard not to notice that I was often the only person in the room who looked like me. That was a problem. Nothing in my experience told me that differences got rewarded.

My experience did tell me that I was responsible for projecting success. So, not surprisingly, I set out to blend in, to conform enough so that no one would notice that I was different.

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