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Portrait de Mary Barra
Age : 55
Public asset : 15,275,936 USD
Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : General Motors Company

Summary 
Ms. Mary T. Barra is Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at General Motors Co. and a Member at The Business Council.

She is on the Board of Directors at US-China Business Council, Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, Detroit Economic Club, Inforum, Detroit Country Day School, Inc., Kettering University, Stanford University and Kennedy Center Corporate Fund Board. Ms. Barra was previously employed as Member-Supervisory Board by Adam Opel AG, an Independent Director by General Dynamics Corp., Vice President-Human Resources by General Motors Corp., and Vice President-Human Resources by Motors Liquidation Co.

She received her undergraduate degree from Kettering University and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.


Current positions of Mary Barra 
NameTitle Since
General Motors Company
(Auto & Truck Manufacturers)
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer 1980
Stanford University Trustee -
Kettering University Trustee -
US-China Business Council Director 2015
Detroit Economic Club Director -
Kennedy Center Corporate Fund Board Vice Chairman -
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute Director -
Detroit Country Day School, Inc. Trustee -
Inforum Director -
The Business Roundtable Member -
The Business Council Member -


Holdings of Mary Barra 
NameEquities%Valuation
General Motors Corporation (GM)
Auto & Truck Manufacturers
389,8850.027%14,028,062 USD
General Dynamics (GD)
Aerospace & Defense
6,3560.0021%1,247,873 USD


Mary Barra : Personal Network 
NameLinked companies
Theodore Solso General Motors Company
The Business Council
The Business Roundtable
James J. Mulva General Motors Company
The Business Council
The Business Roundtable
Andrew Liveris The Business Roundtable
Detroit Economic Club
US-China Business Council
The Business Council
Terence E. Adderley The Business Roundtable
Detroit Country Day School, Inc.
Detroit Economic Club
Gregory H. Boyce The Business Roundtable
US-China Business Council
The Business Council
G. Richard Wagoner Detroit Country Day School, Inc.
The Business Roundtable
The Business Council
Stephen Angel The Business Council
US-China Business Council
The Business Roundtable
David Rubenstein US-China Business Council
Kennedy Center Corporate Fund Board
The Business Council
Patricia Fiorello Russo General Motors Company
The Business Council
Miles White Stanford University
US-China Business Council
The Business Roundtable


Biography of Mary Barra 
Mary Teresa Barra (née Makela, born December 24, 1961) is the Chief Executive Officer of General Motors. She has held the position since January 15, 2014, and she is the first female CEO of a major global automaker. On December 10, 2013, GM named her to succeed Dan Akerson as Chief Executive Officer, and prior to that, Barra served as the Executive Vice President of Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain at General Motors.

In April 2014, Barra was featured on the cover of Time's "100 Most Influential People in the World." She studied electrical engineering at General Motors Institute (now Kettering University), obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree. Receiving a GM fellowship at Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1988, she obtained a Masters in Business Administration from the school in 1990.

In February 2008 she became Vice President of Global Manufacturing Engineering. In July 2009 she advanced to the position of Vice President of Global Human Resources, which she held until February 2011, when she was named Executive Vice President of Global Product Development. The latter position included responsibilities for design; she has worked to reduce the number of automobile platforms in GM.

Barra was listed as one of the world's most powerful women by Forbes, for the third time, in 2014. She was listed seventh, rising from 35th in 2013.

On May 3, 2014 she delivered the Spring Commencement address for University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus at Michigan Stadium. She received an honorary degree.

Personal life
Barra's parents are of Finnish descent. She has named the Chevrolet Camaro and the Pontiac Firebird as her favorite cars.



Source @ Wikipedia



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