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At the time of Mayer's Yahoo appointment, she was one of only 20 female CEOs in charge of a Fortune 500 company.
Born in Wausau, Wisconsin, on May 30, 1975, Marissa Ann Mayer has described her early years as a small-town childhood, complete with ballet lessons, ice skating, Brownies and debate team competitions.
Adding even more interest to the appointment, Mayer and her husband, venture capitalist Zachary Bogue, gave birth to their first child—a baby boy named Macallister—on September 30, 2012.
In September 2015, Mayer wrote on her Tumblr blog, that she was pregnant with identical twins and would give birth in December.
The daughter of an engineer and an art teacher, Mayer demonstrated an early affinity for math and science.
Prior to joining Yahoo, she spent 13 years at Google, where her work in product development largely contributed to the site's unique look and feel.
After the birth of her first child in 2012, Mayer took only two weeks off before returning to work.
For Yahoo employees, however, she doubled paid maternity leave from eight weeks to 16 weeks in 2013.
Although she grew up thinking she would be a doctor, while at Stanford University, Mayer developed a passion for computers and went on to earn both a Bachelor of Science in symbolic systems and an Master of Science in computer science, with a specialization in artificial intelligence.
But it was perhaps her research internships at SRI International in Menlo Park, California, and the UBS research lab in Zurich that helped her net 14 job offers fresh out of grad school.
“Moving forward, there will be a lot to do for both my family and for Yahoo; both will require hard work and thoughtful prioritization,” Mayer wrote on Tumblr.