Black Enterprise Names Kim Crawford Goodman of Fiserv One of the Most Powerful Women in Corporate America
Recognition highlights influential African American leaders at prominent organizations
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Goodman was recognized as one the highest-ranking and most influential African American female executives in the nation. Each executive selected has a direct impact on ensuring their companies are market leaders and plays a leadership role in revenue generation, profitability and strategic development. Honorees hold top-tier and executive officer positions of the entire enterprise, oversee major global, national and regional subsidiaries and divisions, and maintain significant budget authority.
“We honor and celebrate the professional achievements of women of color who are vital to the management of major corporations and who have decision-making authority and influence in their industry sectors,” said Earl “Butch” Graves, Jr., President & Chief Executive Officer of Black Enterprise. “This recognition acknowledges the accomplishments of these women and their companies’ commitment to excellence and inclusion at the highest levels.”
“We congratulate Kim on this well-deserved recognition of her broad
leadership capabilities,” said
In a world moving faster than ever before, Fiserv helps clients deliver solutions in step with the way people live and work today — financial services at the speed of life. The company’s annual Leading Women Summit, which takes place during its Forum conference, elevates the conversation on creating more inclusive leadership environments that spur diversity of thought and perspective. Learn more at fiserv.com.
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