100 Women Sitting at the Table

Being an influential Black woman is one thing– being an influential Black woman in Corporate America is another! Studies show that many Black women are underrepresented in Corporate America and experience the greatest challenges. With Black women earning more college degrees than men for thirty years and counting and tend to be more ambitious and entrepreneurial– these discrepancies simply don’t add up.

Here at Boss Women Media, we are all about empowering women, especially Black Women, as we provide them with the necessary tools and resources to propel in their careers. Despite what the current statistics may say, there are still many Black Women in Corporate America that are changing the game for the next Black Woman and making sure they too have a seat at the table.

We’ve compiled a list of 7 influential Black Women in Corporate America you should know! Keep reading to find out who’s on our list and if you’re already familiar with their work!

7 Influential Black Women in Corporate America You Should Know

1. Angela Rye, American Attorney and Principal + CEO of IMPACT Strategies

 

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2. Thasunda Duckett, Chief Executive Officer, Chase Consumer Banking at JPMorgan Chase

 

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3. Ukonwa Ojo, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing at M∙A∙C Cosmetics

 

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4. Erica Lovett, Director of Inclusion & Diversity at Conde Nast

 

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5. Tulani Elisa, Vice President of Social Media at Fox Entertainment

 

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6. Teneya Ghloston, Senior Director of Marketing at Crème of Nature

 

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7. Ezinne Kwubiri, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at H&M

 

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