In areas previously reserved for men, females are now in leadership positions. Many fields have historically been hostile to women’s talents. Women are known as Nicole Junkermann, Mary Barra, and Ana Patricia Botin have a monopoly in many fields, including finance and automotive. They all share one thing, despite being pioneers in their respective fields. These artists also represent the advancement and promotion of women in society, art, business, and society. They are also examples of females who are confident and don’t shy away from challenging stereotypes and breaking down the glass ceiling, which is often feared.
Another woman breaking the mold in technology: Nicole Junkermann
Nicole Junkermann, an international entrepreneur and investor is focused on finding opportunities to disrupt existing business models using industry-defining technologies. Nicole Junkermann, a German-born and London-based entrepreneur, has developed a diverse and deep business network in Europe, the U.S., and Asia.
Nicole Junkermann defies expectations of what a woman with a wealthy family should be. Nicole was born in Germany. Nicole was raised in Marbella. She loves all things about the country and quickly found her way into the business. In fact, she launched the Winamax online gaming platform. Here she began her entrepreneurial career.
After nine years of trying, she co-founded Sports and Media. She also owned a stake in Really Sports, one of China’s most recognizable sports merchants. In addition, she founded the United in Sports venture capital funds.
Nicole is the current head of NJF Holdings. She also serves as a director of Trilantic Europe, a private equity firm, and Owkin, which is a company in NJF Capital’s portfolio. Nicole is also a member of the Latin American Acquisitions Committee at the Tate Americas Foundation. This committee supports Latin American artists. NJF Real Estate invests primarily in yield-generating assets and development projects in Europe’s most promising real estate markets.
CEO of the biggest automaker in the USA: Mary Barra
Mary Barra was born in Royal Oak to parents who were Finnish. She later married Maria Luoma from Teuva. They had three children and lived in Mountain Iron. Minnesota. Ray, Barra’s father married Eva Pyykkonen (a Finnish American second-generation) and Mary was born in 1961.
Barra graduated in 1985 from the General Motors Institute, where she received a Bachelor in Science in Electrical Engineering. Barra was an inductee into the Engineering Honor Society MI Zeta class 1985 and Theta Epsilon Chapter 1983, while she was at Kettering University. On a GM fellowship, she attended Stanford Graduate School of Business and received her Masters of Business Administration in 1990.
Let’s talk about American business woman Mary Barra, who has been the chair person and CEO at General Motors Since 15th Jan 2014. She was the first CEO as a female of a ‘Big Three’ automaker. In the last month of 2013, General motor named her as CEO of succeeding Daniel Akerson.
This is exactly what General Motors CEO Mary Barra does, and it’s very respectable. Barra revealed recently in an interview that she is currently driving a recalled Chevrolet Bolt E-V.
She believes in leadership, giving her peers and subordinates the freedom to voice their opinions. Barra’s communication skills allowed her to create a communication strategy that moved communication both up and down the hierarchy ladder so that any meltdowns could be prevented.
Successful chairman of Santander group: Ana Patricia Botin
Ana Patricia Botin is a banker from Spain. Since 2014, she has been the chairman at Santander Group. It is the 4th generation in the Botin family to have this position. She was previously the chief executive officer (CEO), Santander UK from last month of 2010 to her appointment as chairman.
Ana Patricia Botin was born to Emilio (Spanish banker) Botin and Paloma A’Shea. She attended Sant Marys School in Ascot and studied more at Bryn Mawr College for economics.
From 1981, Botin was employed by JP Morgan till 1988. In 1988, Botin went to Spain to work for the Santander Group. She was part of the 1997 bank Procurement of a 51 per cent equity in Banco Osorno y La Union for 490 million Dollars. In the second last month of 2010, Botin succeeded Antonio Horta Osorio to the role of chief executive at Santander UK.
Ms. Botin is a leader in philanthropy. Ms. Botin is the Chair and founder of the CyD Foundation. This foundation supports and promotes the contributions made by Spanish universities to economic and social development.
She is a member of the U.K. Prime Minister’s Business Advisory Board. Ms. Botin also serves as a Board member for the Coca-Cola Company and a member of the CEO Advisory Board at MIT. Ms. Botin received her BA in Economics at Bryn Mawr College.