Transcript for 3 Secrets You Don't Know About General Motors First Female CEO
First my exclusive all access interview with Mary -- we jumped in a Cadillac CTS went behind the scenes at the Detroit auto show and got a glimpse into Mary's whole new world. As the most powerful woman in the -- game. When you were originally. Told you're going to be the CEO of General Motors was their conversation with the family. My husband and I affidavit for the announced there are having dinner just sitting -- the dinner table and you know shared with the kids that I had been selected for this role and and they were very excited but we just. There -- things that you know this will gain some attention not nearly what -- what has happened in the first. -- -- I'm honored and humbled to -- -- its. So how people think of the auto industry is sort of a good old boys network. -- -- -- -- 33 career has been anything but. Let's say you're driving along it's a nice warm summer night in Detroit. What do you have on the radio what's playing what's the music. Like kitty I I listened to all different music frowned and from the 70s90s. And today. You sing along. Two and every. I don't have the best choice is favorite car of all time. Any version of the Camaro deadliest car -- I think it just answer me this was there ever hearty my goodness this thing. Almost every vehicle -- someone's you know. Huge -- portion of their work so I don't see any benefit for calling one else. Favorite movie cars in let me just immediately comes -- -- you know related skin youthful -- -- he's been we have coming at a summit at. -- -- -- -- -- a clear and present danger and you even if you look at transformers -- what would you say is your biggest accomplishment. From a personal perspective I'm very proud that I have a strong marriage and wonderful children. And eight. Extended family and friends that are you know great people that make my life really rich. You know from a professional perspective. I'm really proud to have been a part of General Motors and the turnaround right now what's the best piece of advice. Haven't been as bad team you know my mother it just ain't it nice and hard work and there's no substitute -- No substitute for -- our thanks to Mary -- and General Motors. And best wishes to her in the new world.
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