The women lawyers of Walmart Inc. are as diverse as America’s population, and maybe more so. They are Asian-American, African-American, Hispanic-American, Native American, Caucasian and more. They are young, old and in-between. They went to law schools as varied as Harvard, Florida and Arkansas, among others. And some of their backgrounds range from a local county prosecutor to a federal environmental executive; from home-grown talent to Silicon Valley-trained. Here are the diverse success stories of four Walmart women lawyers.

Kerry Kotouc

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