50 Most Powerful Women in Business in 2020 According to Fortune

By October 13, 2021 General
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Today we’re talking a little bit about the 50 most powerful women in business from 2020 according to Fortune. Carole Crist is a firm believer in celebrating and supporting women in business and these women are a great source of inspiration for women worldwide!

50 Most Powerful Women in Business in 2020 According to Fortune

  1. Julie Sweet – the CEO of Accenture, provider of business strategy, technology strategy and operations strategy services.
  2. Mary Barra – the Chairman and CEO, General Motors – the fourth biggest car manufacturer by revenue in the U.S. Mary is also the first woman to become the CEO of an automobile company.
  3. Abigail Johnson – the Chairman and CEO of Fidelity Investments – the fourth largest asset manager in the world.
  4. Gail Boudreaux – the President and CEO of Anthem – a major provider of health benefits in the Blue Cross Blue Shield network with 40 million members.
  5. Carol Tomé – the CEO of UPS – the world’s largest package delivery company 495,000 employees connecting more than 220 nations.
  6. Jane Fraser – the CEO of Global Consumer Banking and President of Citi.
  7. Ruth Porat – the SVP and CFO of Google, Alphabet .
  8. Sheryl Sandberg – the COO of Facebook – the largest social media network by number of users.
  9. Corie Barry – the CEO of Best Buy – the largest specialty retailer of consumer electronics in the retail industry in the United States.
  10. Judith McKenna – the President and CEO of Walmart International and Walmart – the world’s largest company when it comes to revenue earned.
  11. Safra Catz – the CEO of Oracle – a multinational computer tech company.
  12. Alicia Boler Davis – the VP of Global Customer Fulfillment at Amazon.
  13. Karen Lynch – Aetna’s first female president and chief at CVS Health – the fourth-biggest company in the country by revenue.
  14. Phebe Novakovic – the chairwoman and CEO of General Dynamics – the global aerospace and defense company.
  15. Ann-Marie Campbell – the Executive Vice President of U.S. Stores at Home Depot – the world’s largest home improvement retailer.
  16. Angela Hwang – a member of Pfizer’s Executive Team and Group President of the Pfizer Biopharmaceuticals Group.
  17. Amy Hood – the executive vice president and chief financial officer at Microsoft.
  18. Susan Wojcicki – the CEO of YouTube.
  19. Tricia Griffith – the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Progressive Group of Insurance Companies.
  20. Kathy Warden – the chairman, chief executive officer and president of Northrop Grumman Corporation – the American multinational aerospace and defense technology company.
  21. Shari Redstone – the chairman of ViacomCBS and president of National Amusements.
  22. Marianne Lake – the Co-CEO of Consumer & Community Banking (CCB) and a member of the JPMorgan Chase Operating Committee.
  23. Lynn Good – the chair, president and chief executive officer of Duke Energy, one of the largest energy holding companies in America.
  24. Margaret Keane – the former Synchrony Financial CEO.
  25. Leanne Caret – the president and chief executive officer of Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS).
  26. Jenn Piepszak – the Co-CEO of Consumer & Community Banking (CCB) and a member of the JPMorgan Chase Operating Committee.
  27. Roz Brewer – the Chief Executive Officer of the Walgreens Boots Alliance.
  28. Beth Ford – the President and Chief Executive Officer at Land O’Lakes.
  29. Deirdre O’Brien – the Senior Vice President of Retail + People at Apple.
  30. Thasunda Brown Duckett – the President and Chief Executive Officer of TIAA.
  31. Kathryn McLay – the president and CEO of Sam’s Club.
  32. Lisa Su – the President and Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Micro Devices.
  33. Penny Pennington – the Managing Partner of Edward Jones.
  34. Jennifer Taubert – the Executive Vice President, Worldwide Chairman, Pharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson –  the world’s largest health care company.
  35. Lisa Jackson – the Vice President of Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives at Apple.
  36. Revathi Advaithi – the Chief Executive Officer of Flex electric manufacturing company.
  37. Mary Mack – the Senior EVP, CEO of Consumer and Small-Business Banking at Wells Fargo.
  38. Sonia Syngal – the CEO at the Gap Inc
  39. Kelly Grier – the U.S. Chair and Managing Partner and Americas Managing Partner at EY.
  40. Barbara Whye – the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer and vice president of Human Resources at Intel Corporation.
  41. Michele Buck – the Chairman, President, and CEO at Hershey.
  42. Kathryn Farmer – the CEO of BNSF Railway.
  43. Bela Bajaria – the Vice President of Global TV at Netflix.
  44. Anne Chow – the CEO title in AT&T.
  45. Mellody Hobson – the co-CEO and president of Ariel Investments.
  46. Tami Erwin – EVP and CEO of Verizon Business.
  47. Anne Finucane – the Vice Chairman and Chairman of Bank of America Europe.
  48. Gwynne Shotwell – the President and COO at Space-X.
  49. Mary Dillon – the CEO of Ulta Beauty.
  50. Dana Canedy – Senior Vice President and Publisher at Simon & Schuster.