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    Xerox recognised for its women

    26 January 2005 – Stamford (CT): Xerox has earned a top spot on the 2005 Top 30 Companies for Executive Women list, released today by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE).

    The printer and copier manufacturer features number eight on the list, in recognition of its inclusive workplace culture and women in leadership roles.

    Dr Betty Spence, president of NAFE, said: “Xerox proves that it’s not difficult to move women into leadership. Women make up approximately a third of their workforce; and their number of women managers matches that, with many of those women exercising profit-and-loss responsibility. They are a stand out

    Xerox to fund minority students

    January 2005 – Stamford (CT): Xerox has awarded its annual scholarships to 150 graduate and undergraduate students from across the US, for high achievement in the fields of science, engineering and technology.

    The scholarships, given to minority students in technical degree programmes, give $1,000 towards each winner’s tuition costs for the 2004-2005 academic year.

    VP of Xerox Joseph Chalan said: “By investing in the colleges, universities, and students of today, we aim to help build the strong, diverse work force of tomorrow that high-tech global enterprises like Xerox rely on for ongoing business success.”

    Since Xerox commenced the scholarship programme in 1987, more than 130 students have benefited from almost $2 million in funding.