Ursula Burns

She was raised by a single mother in the housing projects of New York city. By all accounts, she could have been a statistic. Instead, she worked hard to obtain her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering from New York University and Columbia University, respectively. 29 years later, she would become the first African-American woman to lead a Fortune 500 company, called Xerox.

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