Tuesday, October 9, 2007
General Motors appoints first black female plant manager
On October 1st, the General Motors Corporation will get its first black female manager of a vehicle assembly plant. Alicia Boler-Davis, 38, will take over leadership of 2,400 workers at the plant in Arlington, Texas, which assembles the Chevrolet Tahoe and other large SUVs. The 13-year GM veteran says her primary goal is to“lead the plant to become the industry leader in safety.” as reported by The Dallas Weekly.