Ursula Burns is not only a powerful woman, she's the first African-American woman to run a Fortune 500 company. Burns started at Xerox (XRX - Get Report) in 1980 as a summer intern. From there, she rose all the way to the top spot, including being an executive assistant, ultimately becoming CEO in 2009.
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