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Video Ursula Burns On Distinguishing Herself To Become First Black Woman To Run Fortune 500 Company | TIME
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Ursula Burns is the FIRST black woman to have run a Fortune 500 company. "For women and women of color, if you walk into a STEM environment, you will be the minority in the room. Everybody has their eye on your work. Instead of your differences becoming a burden, it should be an opportunity for you to distinguish yourself."
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Ursula Burns On Distinguishing Herself To Become First Black Woman To Run Fortune 500 Company | TIME


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