ADP’s Debbie Dyson shares her journey to becoming Corporate Vice President

On this special edition, we feature Debbie Dyson, Corporate Vice President of ADP, who shares her 28-year journey that took her from an entry-level position straight out of college to becoming a top executive at one of the largest payroll companies in the nation. Then, we profile the 2016 Women of Power Legacy Award honoree and education pioneer, Dr. N. Joyce Payne, who discusses her motivation for starting the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, an organization responsible for awarding more than $250 million in scholarships to students attending public historically black colleges and universities. From there Dr. Renee Powell, our second Legacy Award honoree, is a pioneer in the sport of Golf. She recounts how she broke racial and gender barriers and opened doors for women to get in the game. And finally, our final Legacy Award honoree Vanessa Williams is not only one of the most respected women in the entertainment industry, but she's a national icon. Thirty years after being crowned the first African American "Miss America," she shares everything from her career to family and how she's managed to stay at the top for so long.