“Forbes List Power Players”
By, Ascellia Arenas
The 18th annual “Most Powerful Women” list, from Fortune Magazine, included a few women of color among the 51 selected featured women. This gives us a reason to celebrate.
Rosalind Brewer (pictured, left) ranked 15th, is the CEO and President of Sam’s Club, a division of Walmart.
Ann-Marie Campbell (right) ranked 37th, is the President of Home Depot’s Southern Division, earned both her undergraduate and MBA degrees from Georgia State University.
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Ursula Burns, CEO and chairman of Xerox, was ranked 17th on this year’s list. In her five years as CEO, Ursula Burns has managed to make Xerox a powerful and profitable company. In a virtually paperless society, that is no small feat.
Burns helped Xerox generate adjusted earnings per share of $1.09, up from $1.02 in 2012, and post $21.4 billion in full-year revenue. More…
Today, September 20th, just also happens to be her birthday! Congratulations, Mrs. Burns, you’re an inspiration.
Comment below and share, share, share!Celli Arenas, published author, has been featured in several magazines, such as: MIA Magazine, Success Magazine, Legacy Magazine. She is the host blogger at cellibration.com, and hosts MIA-Live.net for BlogTalk Radio. Her books, “30 Days of Dynamic Pursuit” a self-help journal, and “Sidetracked: He Used To Love Me”, a coming of age novel, are both available at Amazon.