General Motors on Wednesday announced that Dhivya Suryadevara is the first woman CFO of their company. Dhivya is replacing Chuck Stevens who had worked with the company for over the years now. Chuck Stevens is retiring, and Dhivya is all set to take up his place. She has an MBA from Harvard Business School and is currently the vice president of corporate finance and is also a chartered accountant. Dhivya has been working with General Motors for the past 13 years and has played an integral role in many significant deals for the company. She was one the primary reasons for the improved ratings of the company by many rating agencies. She is now promoted as the CFO of the company is ready to reach more heights with this newly introduced responsibility.