Meet the 100 most powerful women of 2021, according to Forbes

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As the magazine does annually Forbes, his famous was published list of the most powerful women of the year. For the eighteenth time, the magazine published its updated list, this time headed by American MacKenzie Scott.

After occupying the first place for years, Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, left the list to give space to the writer and philanthropist (and ex-wife of the founder of Amazon, Jeff bezos) MacKenzie Scott.

With a fortune totaling $ 57 billion, MacKenzie Scott has dedicated herself to donating much of her money to various organizations dedicated to promoting gender equality, racial justice, public health, and much more. In the last two years alone, he has donated about $ 8.6 billion to 780 organizations, according to the magazine. Forbes.

The 100 most powerful women of 2021

With a publication on her official Instagram account, Forbes magazine released to social networks the long list that includes the 100 most powerful women of the year. Led by MacKenzie Scott and followed by music industry celebrities like Beyoncé, Rihanna and Taylor Swift.

This year’s list of powerful women looks a little different from a year or two ago.”She wrote regarding Angela Merkel’s number one exit after nearly a decade.

  1. MacKenzie Scott. Writer, philanthropist and ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, to whom she was married for 25 years.
  2. Kamala harris. The first woman, black person, and Asian-American to become Vice President of the United States of America.
  3. Christine Lagarde. The first woman to become president of the European Central Bank.
  4. Mary Barra. The first woman to become the leader of one of the three great automobile factories of the United States of America, occupying the position of CEO of General Motors.
  5. Melinda french gates. Philanthropist and co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  6. Abigail johnson. Entrepreneur and investor. US CEO of Fidelity Investments since 2014.
  7. Ana Patricia Botín. President of Banco Santander and member of the Board of Directors of Coca-Cola.
  8. Ursula von der Leyen. Politician, doctor and president of the European Commission since 2019.
  9. Tsai Ing-wen. Politician, lawyer, teacher and first leader of Taiwan.
  10. Julie Sweet. Executive Director of Accenture and member of the Accenture Global Management Committee.
  11. Karen lynch. President and CEO of CVS.
  12. Carol Tomé. Executive Director of United Parcel Service.
  13. Emma walmsley. CEO of GlaxoSmithKline and the first woman to run a major pharmaceutical company.
  14. Jane fraser. President of Citigroup and Executive Director of Consumer Banking.
  15. Nancy pelosi. Speaker of the United States House of Representatives since 2019 and California Congresswoman since 1987.
  16. Gail boudreaux. CEO of Anthem since 2017.
  17. Rosalind brewer. Executive Director of Walgreens Boots Alliance.
  18. Susan Wojcicki. Entrepreneur, historian and currently CEO of YouTube.
  19. Safra Catz. Executive Director of Oracle.
  20. Ruth Porat. CFO of Alphabet Inc. and Google since 2015.
  21. Martina merz. Engineer and CEO of ThyssenKrupp.
  22. Cristalina Georgieva. Economist and Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.
  23. Oprah Winfrey. Entrepreneur, philanthropist, actress, journalist, television presenter, producer and Emmy award winner for her show “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”
  24. Shemara Wikramanayake. Executive Director of the Macquarie Group since 2018.
  25. Judith McKenna. Executive President of Walmart International.
  26. Amanda blanc. Executive Director of Aviva.
  27. Nicke Widyawati. CEO of Pertamina.
  28. Amy Hood. Microsoft CFO
  29. Catherine MacGregor. Angie’s CEO.
  30. Phebe Novakovic. President and CEO of General Dynamics.
  31. Shari redstone. President of ViacomCBS.
  32. Laurene Powell Jobs. Entrepreneur, political activist, and founder of the Emerson Collective.
  33. Ho ching. President of Temasek Trust.
  34. Jacinda ardern. Prime Minister of New Zealand.
  35. Jessica Uhl. Chief Financial Officer of Royal Dutch Shell.
  36. Sheryl sandberg. Economist, author, CEO and current chief operating officer of Facebook.
  37. Tirmala Sitharaman. Prime Minister of Finance of India.
  38. Gwynne shotwell. President and COO of SpaceX.
  39. Janet yellen. United States Secretary of the Treasury.
  40. Kathy warden. CEO and President of Northrop Grumman.
  41. Adena Friedman. President and CEO of Nasdaq.
  42. Marianne lake Y Jennifer piepszak. JPMorgan Consumer Directors.
  43. Sheikh Hasina Wajed. Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
  44. Gina rinehart. CEO of Hancock Prospecting and Australia’s richest citizen.
  45. Thasunda Brown Duckett. President and CEO of TIAA.
  46. Vicki hollub. The first woman to head a major US oil company holding the position of president and CEO of Occidental Petrolera.
  47. Mary Callahan Erdoes. Executive Director of JP Morgan Asset & Wealth Management.
  48. Ozlem Tureci. Doctor, immunologist and businesswoman. Co-founder and Medical Director of BioNTech. In 2020, together with Pfizer, BioNTech developed the first vaccine approved for mass use.
  49. Lisa Su. Electrical engineer and commercial executive. President and CEO of Advanced Micro Devices.
  50. Dana Walden. Director of Disney Television Studios and ABC Entertainment.
  51. Tricia griffith. First woman to serve as President and CEO of The Progressive Corporation.
  52. Roshni Nadar Malhotra. The first woman to run a publicly traded tech company in India. President of HCL Technologies.
  53. Cathie Wood. Founder of Ark Invest.
  54. Jennifer salke. Director of Amazon Studios since 2018.
  55. Tokiko Shimizu. The first female CEO of the Bank of Japan.
  56. Donna langley. President of Universal Pictures.
  57. Hana Al Rostamani. Executive Director of First Abu Dhabi Bank.
  58. Dong Mingzhu. President of Gree.
  59. Yuriko koike. Governor of Tokyo.
  60. Elvira nabiullina. President of the Central Bank of Russia since 2013.
  61. Suzanne scott. The first woman to become the CEO of Fox News.
  62. Lynn good. Executive Director of Duke Energy.
  63. Ann sarnoff. The first woman to serve as President and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios.
  64. Judy Faulkner. Founder of Epic Systems.
  65. Melanie Kreis. Financial Director of Deutsche Post.
  66. Sri Mulyani Indrawati. Indonesian Minister of Finance.
  67. Paula Santilli. CEO of PepsiCo Latin America.
  68. Rihanna. Entrepreneur, singer, fashion designer, actress, and recently named “Barbadian National Hero.”
  69. Laura Cha. President of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
  70. Queen isabel II. Queen of England.
  71. Mette Frederiksen. Prime Minister of Denmark.
  72. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw. CEO and founder of Biocon.
  73. Joey wat. Executive Director of Yum China.
  74. Reese witherspoon. Actress and producer and founder of Pacific Standard.
  75. Wang Feng Ying. CEO of Great Wall Motors.
  76. Beyoncé knowles. Singer, songwriter, fashion designer, actress, and businesswoman.
  77. Güler Sabanci. Director of Sabanci Holding.
  78. Taylor Swift. Singer, songwriter, actress, director and businesswoman.
  79. Zhou Qunfei and family. President of Lens Technology.
  80. Ava duvernay. Director, screenwriter, producer, and the first African-American woman to be nominated by the Academy as a director.
  81. Solina chau. Director of the Li Ka Shing Foundation.
  82. Magdalena Andersson. Prime Minister of Sweden.
  83. Sanna marin. Prime Minister of Finland.
  84. Mary Meeker. General partner of Bond Capital.
  85. Serena Williams. Professional tennis player.
  86. Suzana Caputova. Politician, lawyer and environmental activist.
  87. Dominique Senequier. President of Ardian.
  88. Falguni Nayar. Founder and CEO of Nykaa.
  89. Lee Boo-jin. President and CEO of Hotel Shilla.
  90. Anne Wojcicki. Co-founder and CEO of 23andMe.
  91. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. Director General of the World Trade Organization.
  92. Raja Easa Al Gurg. Managing Director of the Easa Saleh Al Burg Group.
  93. Julia Gillard. President of the UK Welcome Trust.
  94. Samia Suluhu Hassan. President of Tanzania.
  95. Kirsten green. Founder of Forerunner Ventures.
  96. Renuka Jagtiani. President of Landmark Group.
  97. Chrystia freeland. Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, writer and journalist.
  98. Mo Abudu. Entrepreneur, television presenter, producer and also named by Forbes as “the most successful woman in Africa”.
  99. Christiana Figueres. Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
  100. Frances Haugen. Engineer and data scientist.

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Meet the 100 most powerful women of 2021, according to Forbes