On Leadership: The power of celebrity
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On Leadership: The power of celebrity

Trudie Styler on using the fame of husband Sting for social causes, why music is power and her odd relationship with the word 'celebrity.' (AJ Chavar and Lillian Cunningham/The Washington Post)

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