Some three decades after starting as a co-op student at GM's assembly division in Los Angeles, Lieblein, 51, is now the automaker's highest-ranking executive in Latin America. After profitably running GM's Mexico operations -- she was the first woman to do so -- she took the wheel in Brazil, one of GM's largest global markets, in June.
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