Power Suit: Kathleen Wilson-Thompson A desire to look out for the interests of others led Kathleen Wilson-Thompson to her calling By Carolyn M. Brown Kathleen Wilson-Thompson grew up in the 1970s in Saginaw, Michigan, which was a booming General Motors town where Blacks were able to acquire gainful...

Electronic Arts Chief Studios Officer Laura Miele is one of the few women to break into the leadership ranks in the gaming industry By Erin Chan Ding As a young girl, Laura Miele begged her parents to hold family game nights, as she was hooked on games like...

In her role as the executive speechwriter for the CEO of UPS, Janet Stovall is modeling how communications can be a force for diversity and inclusion in Corporate America By Jackie Krentzman UPS’s Executive Communications Manager, Janet Stovall, has a radical idea: Put the leadership for the field...

by Katrina Brown-Hunt When Nicole Dye-Anderson was just out of college, she worked on the reelection campaign of then Senator Joe Biden. For the Delaware native—“I’m Delaware born, Delaware bred, and, when I die, Delaware dead,” she quips—it was a big honor. “I grew up with...

Susan Johnson, SunTrust’s CMO, initially stumbled into the field—and is now a respected and innovative corporate marketing guru By Sheryl Nance-Nash Sometimes you don’t have to look beyond your own backyard for inspiration. That was certainly the case for Susan Johnson. Her mother, who emigrated from Jamaica...

As the first female president of the University College of the Cayman Islands, Dr. McAfee arrives with a bold vision By Kimerley Olson As a child, Stacy McAfee loved to pretend that she was a teacher. As she got older, she was equally drawn to business. Happily, she...

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