I've always enjoyed seeing how things are made.
My mother felt we'd be earning a living during our entire adult lives, and therefore believed we should spend summers in learning activities. Consequently, I got to see a plate glass factory in Pittsburgh, a U.S. Steel plant, and how Heinz made ketchup.
Mom worked as a school librarian, and she felt summers were for education.
There is not a job I've held in my career that was held by a woman before me.
I learned about M&A and how to value assets and work with investment bankers.
I'm sometimes mistaken as the wife of the chairman. I just laugh it off.
It's clear there is an energy positive in producing ethanol.
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