Anne M. Mulcahy
Self-taught, self-trained, she saved a Fortune 500 company.
When Anne Mulcahy began her career at the Xerox Corporation in 1976 as a field sales representative, she never intended to ultimately become president and CEO, much less to take the helm at a time when the company faced a struggle for survival. Ravaged by years of losses, a staggering $18 billion debt, and an SEC investigation into its accounting practices, Xerox was on the brink of collapse. Despite Xerox’s great challenges, she managed to turn the company around and return it to profitability and prominence as one of America’s best-known technology giants.
Find out more about Anne M. Mulcahy, winner of the 2018 Bower Award for Business Leadership.