Microsoft's Jacky Wright had to leave the UK to become its most influential Black person

Microsoft chief digital officer Jacky Wright has been named the United Kingdom's most influential Black person. But the US-based executive says she might not have reached the top of her profession had she stayed in Britain.

10/15/2021 7:56:00 AM

Microsoft chief digital officer Jacky Wright has been named the United Kingdom's most influential Black person. But the US-based executive says she might not have reached the top of her profession had she stayed in Britain.

Microsoft chief digital officer Jacky Wright has been named the United Kingdom's most influential Black person. But the US-based executive says she might not have reached the top of her profession had she stayed in Britain.

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Yet the UK loves to talk about US racism. They need to look in the mirror. UK is a dark place and it is getting worse instead of better. She can breathe there, thanks to the UK Black people always have to leave you UK to find success or grow it CNN is the constant race baiting necessary? Occupation is not judged by the color of the skin