Our camps are for all girls - You don’t have to be a Girl Scout to register.Kimberly Price recalls she was the only African-American attorney at a Twin Cities law firm in 1986 when she agreed to join the legal department at 3M Co. C., native had an impeccable education pedigree—an undergraduate degree from Bowdoin, a master’s from Princeton and a law degree from Columbia.When she answered, “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” she says, “He didn’t freak out.” After concluding that 3M co-workers would respect her authentic self, she accepted the company’s job offer. “I didn’t feel I had to come in and wear a mask.” Today Price is one of the top 15 executives at 3M and serves as senior vice president of corporate communications and enterprise services.
The theme song, "I Need a Dollar", was performed by Aloe Blacc of Stones Throw Records.
Shot in New York City, the sequence comprises a video and photography montage, bringing together the show's underlying themes of "grit, hunger, ambition, the multicultural whirl of New York and the culture-transcending pursuit of the almighty dollar".
As an African-American woman executive, Price is a rarity in corporate America. The same study showed that women of color occupy just 3 percent of C-suite positions, while their male counterparts of color hold 10 percent of the jobs at the C-suite and senior vice president levels.
Women of color hold 4 percent of the senior vice president posts in U. companies, according to research by Mc Kinsey & Co. While Minnesota statistics aren’t readily available, experts believe that Minnesota women of color hold a single-digit percentage of C-suite jobs.
How to Make It in America is an American comedy-drama television series that ran on HBO from February 14, 2010, to November 20, 2011.