TIME magzine says Mayer is among “most influential” — how could she use that influence?

Walmart director and Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer has just been named one of TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People. We know one way she could use that massive influence: to advocate for the brave Walmart associates and supply chain workers who are standing up for respect on the job.

We’ll echo what Walmart associate and OUR Walmart leader Barbara Andridge wrote last month in an open letter to Mayer:  “Marissa Mayer, we’re calling on you to act. My hope is that, just like you did in climbing the corporate ladder, you will be a pioneer on Walmart’s board and help change the culture of America’s largest private sector employer. You can be a voice for us. You can be a voice for change and a voice for a better Walmart. You have shattered so many glass ceilings in your career. Help us do the same in ours.”

Mayer should urge Walmart management and her fellow directors to listen to workers and make Walmart a better place to work and shop.