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About Good Power
Ginni Rometty led one of the world’s most iconic companies, and in her debut bestseller, Good Power, she recounts her groundbreaking path from a challenging childhood to becoming the CEO of IBM and one of the world’s most influential leaders.
Rometty’s memoir with purpose combines stories with actionable advice to highlight lessons for how we can all advance our careers, inspire our teams, improve our companies, and create healthier societies.
With heart, humility, and conviction, Good Power offers an inspiring, compelling guide to create meaningful change in our lives.
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About Ginni Rometty
Ginni Rometty was the ninth Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of IBM. Under her leadership, the 100-year-old company reinvented 50 percent of its portfolio, built a $25 billion hybrid cloud business, and established leadership in AI and quantum computing. Rometty also drove record results in diversity and inclusion and supported the explosive growth of an innovative high school program to prepare the workforce of the future in over twenty-seven countries.
Through her work with the Business Roundtable, Rometty helped redefine the purpose of the corporation. She has been named Fortune’s #1 Most Powerful Woman three years in a row, is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, and has been honored with the designation of Officier in the French Légion d’Honneur.
Ginni grew up outside Chicago, the eldest of four children. She helped her mother raise her siblings, and became one of the first in her family to attend college. She graduated Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences, and joined IBM as a systems engineer in 1981. In 2012, she became the first woman CEO in IBM’s one hundred year history. She retired from the company in 2020.
Today, Rometty serves on multiple boards and cochairs OneTen, a coalition committed to upskilling, hiring, and promoting one million Black Americans by 2030 into family-sustaining jobs and careers. She is married to Mark Rometty.