02 Apr

From CEOs of major corporations to small business owners, women are proving that they are just as capable and driven as their male counterparts.

Business Chic Essentials, will highlight some of the most successful businesswomen of our time, sharing their inspiring stories of how they overcame obstacles and achieved great success. We will explore the lessons they have learned along the way, and the valuable insights they can offer to aspiring female entrepreneurs. 

We will delve into the strategies and mindsets that have propelled these women to the top of their fields. 

  1. Oprah Winfrey: Oprah is one of the most successful businesswomen in the world. She started out as a local news anchor and worked her way up to becoming a talk show host, media mogul, and philanthropist. Her net worth is estimated at over $2.6 billion.
  2. Mary Barra: Mary Barra is the CEO of General Motors, making her the first woman to lead a major global automaker. She started her career at GM as an 18-year-old intern and worked her way up through the company to become CEO in 2014.
  3. Sheryl Sandberg: Sheryl Sandberg is the COO of Facebook and the author of the bestselling book "Lean In". She has been a driving force behind the company's growth and is widely regarded as one of the most powerful women in tech.
  4. Ursula Burns: Ursula Burns was the CEO of Xerox, making her the first black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company. She started as an intern at Xerox in 1980 and worked her way up to become CEO in 2009.
  5. Ginni Rometty: Ginni Rometty is the former CEO of IBM, making her the first woman to lead the company in its 107-year history. She started at IBM in 1981 as a systems engineer and worked her way up to become CEO in 2012.

Through their stories, we hope to inspire and empower other women to pursue their dreams and succeed in the business world. So that women can see themselves in these roles and the young girls will pursue these roles in the future to hopefully one day break the glass ceiling. 

(Ginni Rometty photo below)

When women succeed, we all succeed.

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