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Grew up in a housing project to be Xerox CEO

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Before the Lower East Side was cool, it was a hub for gangs. Burns was raised by her single mother in a housing project there. Her mother ran a daycare center out of her home and ironed shirts so that she could afford to send Ursula to Catholic school. She went to NYU, and from there became an intern at Xerox.
 

 

She's now Xerox's CEO and chairwoman. She's the first African-American woman to be the head of a Fortune 500 Company.

‘’Ursula Burns grew up in a housing project on Manhattan's Lower East Side and now runs Xerox ‘’

 

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