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represent Saturn Corporation in the Shanghai GM New Vehicle Build & Launch Project in 1999 inChina. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with Highest Honors from theGeorgia Institute of Technology. In 2014, Russell was invited by the World Economic Forum tojoin their global leader community and to be a Founding Curator for a Global Shapers WorldEconomic Forum Community. She sits on a number of community and advisory boards,including St. Lukes Health System and Boise State Venture College, and has spoken aboutsocial enterprise and impact innovation internationally. Russell is a PRAXIS Fellow, wasnominated for an Eisenhower Fellowship, and is a published travel writer. She has received avariety of awards and honors, including: Tribute to Women in Idaho Industry Award;Entrepreneur of the Year by Boise Chamber of Commerce; Accomplished Under 40 award fromIdaho Business Review; Atlas Holdings Inaugural Foundation Social Entrepreneurship Partner;and Non-Profit of the Year Award for Create Common Good from Boise Metro Chamber ofCommerce. She is married with two children. Page 21 Aug 29, 2019 866-541-3770 HOOVERS.COM
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Ann C. Sherry Title held since 2007 : CEO, Carnival Australia Current Company Titles 2007 - Present : CEO, Carnival Australia Biography Source : Company Web Site, 2014 Ann Sherry was appointed CEO of Carnival Australia in July 2007 following a diverse career in banking and public sector. Sherry has played a leadership role in the expansion of the Australian cruise industry including the growth of P&O Cruises fleet and the Australian customer base across all Carnival brands. Recruited to Westpac in 1994, Sherry commenced a 13-year career with the organization. Her first eight years with Westpac spanned senior leadership roles within the HR and public affairs functions, and working through key acquisitions (including Challenge Bank and Bank of Melbourne). Sherry's success as Chief Executive Officer of the Bank of Melbourne led to her appointment as Chief Executive of the New Zealand and Pacific banking business. Sherry made a powerful impact in the New Zealand operation, resuscitating the brand in business and retail sectors, as well as turning staff morale around and delivering a real and highly visible Westpac presence in a tightly congested, diverse and participant-rich financial services market. In addition to her business contributions, Sherry instituted some major cultural initiatives at Westpac. In particular, Westpac became an industry leader as a result of the paid maternity-leave policy and the focus on women in business. She has also been instrumental in initiating and delivering an internationally renowned CSR program at Westpac. Sherry was awarded a Cententary Medal in 2003 by the Australian Government and then awarded an Order of Australia in 2004.
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