The next revolution in the auto industry
Technological change rarely advances smoothly. It advances in pulses. In revolutions.
1985, BSc in Electrical Engineering, General Motors Institute (Kettering University); 1990, MBA, Stanford University. January 2014, named Chief Executive Officer, General Motors (GM). First woman to run an auto manufacturer. Member of the Board of Directors, GM, which in 2013 sold more than 9.7 million vehicles in more than 120 countries and employed more than 212,000 workers. Member of the Board of Directors, General Dynamics. Member, Advisory Council, Stanford Graduate School of Business. Named to: Time 100 list; World's 100 Most Powerful Women, Forbes; Most Powerful Women in Business, Fortune.