Jamaican Anne Marie Campbell is Fortune Magazine's 16th Most Powerful Woman in the US

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powerful-woman-anne-marie-campbell.jpgJamaican Anne-Marie Campbell started her career at Home Depot as a cashier in South Florida, when she migrated to the US to attend university. Now, 33 years later, she oversees 2,000 stores and about 90% of the company's $101 billion in revenue, which is up nearly 7% over the previous year. In December the company announced an $11 billion investment plan, with nearly half going to brick-and-mortar locations. In addition to giving stores a face-lift, Campbell is adding lockers for self-service and online sales, since 47% of Home Depot's online orders are picked up at physical locations.

She ranks number 16 on Fortune Magazine's list of Most Powerful Women for 2018.

Personal Information

Previous Rank 18

Company Financials (2017, or most recently completed fiscal year)

Revenues ($M) 100904.0

Profits ($M) 8630.0

Market Value as of 09/18/18 ($M) 241,436.0