10 Women Who Ace “Man Jobs”

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Ursula Burns

Forbes listed her as the 14th most powerful women in the world…an honor that puts many men to shame in her field. She is the first African-American woman to head up the Xerox Corporation which sits on an $18 billion enterprise. The Columbia University graduate serves on a number of professional and community boards incuding the MIT Corporation, and American Express. What’s evident is that this “head woman in charge” has broken rank in business.

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