As the supply chain is globally impacted during these unprecedented times, Mary Barra is strategically instilling General Motors historical values and culture back into the domestic workforce as she focuses on improving quality. As the CEO of General Motors, Barra’s leadership has modernized technology efficiency and performance within the GE plants with early announcements that electric vehicles (EV) are expected to release in 2022. With lean supply and rise in economic inflation impacting the automotive industry, GM is forecasted to compete directly against Tesla by 2025 given its existing partnership portfolio and consumer vehicle brands attracting multi-generational buyers.

Barra started working for General Motors in 1980 as a co-op student when she was 18 years old and by 2014 she became the first female head of an automobile manufacturer. The career values she lives with is do what you love, interact and listen, be enthusiastic, make a decision with speed and agility, admit your mistakes, have integrity, be a role model and be part of something great!


Just BE! You are a human BEing, not a human DOer.

“As for this temple you are building, if you follow my decrees, observe my laws and keep all my commands and obey them, I will fulfill through you the promise I gave to David your father. And I will live among the Israelites and will not abandon my people Israel.” - 1 Kings 6:12-13