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Ms. Mary T. Barra

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Chief Executive Officer


Employment History


  • Masters , Business Administration
    Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • Bachelor of Science degree , electrical engineering
  • MBA , Business Administration
    Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • masters degree , business administration
    Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • master's degree , business administration
    Stanford Graduate School of Business
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This is a picture of Alicia ..., 1 Mar 2015 [cached]
This is a picture of Alicia Boler-Davis (left) and Mary Barra (right):
Barra, of course, is GM CEO.
Now, a direct report to Barra, Boler-Davis is charged with providing customers the best service and experience in the business.
Barra started at GM in 1980 as a co-op student at what was then General Motors Institute. Along the way, she, too, held many manufacturing positions, including plant manager at Detroit Hamtramck Assembly, and vice president, Global Manufacturing Engineering. (Note "Global.")
And now she runs one of the biggest car companies on the planet.
If you ever think that auto is behind the times, think again.
And congratulations to General Motors.
Technorati Tags: Alicia Boler-Davis,Mary Barra,National Association for Female Executives,Ralph J. Bunche Center for African-American Studies
GM offers aggressive outlook ..., 14 Jan 2015 [cached]
GM offers aggressive outlook in CEO Barra's 'do-over' year General Motors CEO Mary Barra speaks next to the 2016 Chevrolet Volt hybrid during the fir
DETROIT General Motors Co Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra said on Wednesday the largest U.S. automaker would increase its profit this year, as she counted on investors to give her a second chance after her first year behind the wheel was marred by a costly recall scandal.
"We would have never been able to predict what we faced," Barra told investors at a Deutsche Bank conference held in conjunction with the Detroit auto show.
All told, GM took charges totalling more than $3 billion for the issues.
Analysts and investors see 2015 as a second chance for Barra to define herself and her strategy.
"It is a do-over, but the question is, what does she do with the opportunity? said Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas. "Decisions made over the next year or two are going to significantly affect the direction of the company over the next 10 years."
Analysts wonder how Barra will steer GM, especially given the troubles in many overseas markets and slower growth in China, GM's largest market by sales volume.
Barra used this week's Detroit auto show to highlight one of her main themes - that GM is a technology leader, not the old company that tended to trail more innovative rivals. To underscore that point, Barra unveiled a prototype of the Chevrolet Bolt, an electric car that could launch within two years offering 200 miles of driving between charges and will have a starting price of just $30,000.
GM CEO Barra to be deposed ..., 19 Mar 2015 [cached]
GM CEO Barra to be deposed in lawsuit over ignition switches General Motors CEO Barra among 35 employees to be deposed in lawsuit over ignition switches Posted at 5:42 p.m.
DETROIT (AP) - General Motors CEO Mary Barra will be deposed this fall by lawyers suing GM over its defective ignition switches.
Barra is one of 35 current and former GM employees who will be deposed, attorney Bob Hilliard said Thursday.
Barra told Congress she learned about the defective switches in December 2013, just before GM began recalling affected vehicles.
Mary T Barra Mary T. ..., 28 Sept 2014 [cached]
Mary T Barra Mary T. Barra was named today as GM CEO. She was named by Forbes, as one of the world most powerful woman in 2013, number 35, with a 35 year career at GM. This is her profile as published by GM website.
Executive Vice President, Global Product Development & Global Purchasing & Supply Chain
Mary Barra was named Senior Vice President, Global Product Development effective February 1, 2011, responsible for [...]
The recall comes at a time ..., 18 Oct 2014 [cached]
The recall comes at a time when current GM CEO Mary Barra faces a Congressional hearing in the U.S over an ignition issue in certain GM makes that caused vehicles to lose power while in motion. This defect has been linked to a number of deaths including one motorist in Quebec that collided with trees after leaving the roadway in June last year.
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