Jeneanne Hanley joined Lear in 1994 as a seating engineer and is now president of the supplier's e-systems division. She draws inspiration from the rise of General Motors CEO Mary Barra: “The No. 1 thing our entire industry could have done for women.” Hanley's advice to younger women: Be brave and don't be afraid to go for a position you might not be 100 percent qualified for.
Lear's Jeneanne Hanley: 'Women need to advocate for themselves'
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