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Forbes: The World's Most Powerful Black Women Business Leaders 2012

#50 Rosalind Brewer

Just this year, Brewer made history as chief business leader of Sam’s Club; which makes her the first African American and woman to hold the position of CEO at one of Wal-Mart’s business units.

Brewer also sits on the Board of Trustees at Spelman College, where “investing in the education of African-American women” is a personal interest of hers, she says.

(AP Photo/Wal-Mart Strores Inc.)

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