I decided to start my first Wikipedia page on Kathy Seifert, a business women not widely known. Here's what the page has so far. . .
Kathi Seifert was named one of America’s Top Businesswomen by Forbes in 2001. In 1971, she received her bachelor’s degree at ValparaisoUniversity in Indiana. Following her graduation, she worked for Procter & Gamble doing marketing research. She later applied for a position at the paper product company Kimberly Clark. After being rejected from Kimberly Clark, she took on a marketing job with Fort Howard Paper. On March 27, 1978, Kimberly Clark called Seifert and she began her career with company by selling paper goods to motels and other businesses. Two years later, she began marketing consumer products for the company. In 1991, she became the executive vice president for Kimberly Clark, and is one of the highest paid officers in the company. She currently manages the Kimberly Clark's global personal care business.
Source: Forbes Magazine "America's Top Business Women" 3.28.01