Being a pioneer isn’t easy. It takes a thick skin, especially in a male-dominated industry like manufacturing. That hasn’t stopped pioneer, Linda McGill Boasmon from paving the way as the first and only African-American woman to own a chemical manufacturing plant.
In this video, trailblazer Linda shares the challenges she faced while climbing the ladder to success, how she weathered through various setbacks and disappointments and even went from unemployment to grossing over $20 million dollars a year.
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