Samsung's Lee Young-hee has been named one of Asia's Most Influential Women by Forbes.
She is the first female president of Samsung outside the founding family and
is credited with helping to establish the Galaxy brand as one of the most successful smartphone brands in the world.
Lee began her career at L'Oréal, where she worked in marketing for over a decade.
In 2007, she joined Samsung Electronics as a marketing executive.
"I am honored to be named one of Asia's Most Influential Women by Forbes...
It is a privilege to be recognized for my work and I hope that my story will inspire other women to pursue their dreams."
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