Rosalind Brewer

Rosalind Brewer
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Rosalind Brewer was born into the world in 1962 in Detroit, Michigan. Brewer grew up as the most youthful of five kids and they were the original in her family to go to school. Because of her tendency for math and science, Brewer was keen on seeking after a profession as a doctor. He is an American money manager filling in as the CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance. With her arrangement at Walgreens in March 2021, she is the lone African American lady to be CEO of a Fortune 500 organization. Brewer is the primary African American lady to become: CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, bunch president and COO of Starbucks, and CEO of Sam's Club. She has likewise stood firm on different authority footings at Walmart and Kimberly-Clark. USA Today alluded to her as "one of corporate America's most unmistakable ladies and dark female leaders." Brewer has been noticed a "Exceptionally Powerful Woman" by both Forbes and Fortune magazines.

In 1980, after moving on from Cass Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan, Brewer enlisted at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia where she finished her four year certification in chemistry.[5][6] After finishing her undergrad contemplates, she chose not to seek after a vocation in medication and started working at Kimberly-Clark as an exploration professional. Brewer is likewise an alum of the Director's College at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business/Stanford Law School and the Advanced Management Program from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Brewer is hitched to John Brewer, and they have two kids.

Brewer has stood firm on leader footholds at Kimberly-Clark, Walmart, Sam's Club, Starbucks, and Walgreens Boots Alliance. Furthermore, Brewer was made the lone African American individual from the top managerial staff at Amazon in 2019. She additionally filled in as a part on the Board of Directors at Lockheed Martin and Molson Coors Brewing Company. Brewer keeps on filling in as a part on the Board of Trustees for Westminister School, the Board of Councilors for the Carter Presidential Center, and fills in as the Board of Trustees Chair at Spelman College. On 15 March 2021, Rosalind Brewer was designated as the CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance. Brewer turned into the solitary current African American lady to lead a Fortune 500 organization. In 2020, Fortune positioned Brewer the 27th Most Powerful Woman in the World and Forbes positioned her 48th in their Worlds 100 Most Powerful Woman. On 15 September 2015, Fortune remembered Brewer for its Most Powerful Woman rankings. Working Mother named her quite possibly the Most Powerful Working Moms of 2013. In 2017, Brewer got the Spelman College Legacy of Leadership grant. Brewer was chosen for the debut 2021 Forbes 50 Over 50 rundown of business people, pioneers, researchers and makers who are beyond 50 years old. Soon after turning into the COO and Group President of Starbucks, the organization was met with cross country fights and negative exposure in view of the capture of two people of color at a Philadelphia store area. Accordingly, Brewer and her group executed arrangement changes and founded racial inclination preparing for workers in 8,000 stores.