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Fortune: 50 Most Powerful Women (2016) - Complete List

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Fortune has released 50 Most Powerful Women's list for the year 2016. You can get complete list below. fortune most powerful women list 2016 pdf download

Fortune has released 50 Most Powerful Women's list for the year 2016. You can get complete list below.

1. Mary Barra (CEO and Chairman of GM)
2. Indra Nooyi (CEO and Chairman of PepsiCo)
3. Marillyn Hewson (CEO, Chairman, and President of Lockheed Martin)
4. Ginni Rometty (CEO, Chairman, and President of IBM)
5. Abigail Johnson (CEO and President of Fidelity Investments)
6. Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook)
7. Meg Whitman (CEO and President of Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
8. Phebe Novakovic (CEO and Chairman of General Dynamics)
9. Irene Rosenfeld (CEO and Chairman of Mondelez International)
10. Safra Catz (Co-CEO of Oracle)
11. Lynn Good (CEO, Chairman, and President of Duke Energy)
12. Helena Foulkes (President of CVS/pharmacy, EVP of CVS Health CVS Health)
13. Ruth Porat (CFO, of Google and Alphabet Alphabet)
14. Angela Ahrendts (SVP, Retail and Online Stores of Apple)
15. Cathy Engelbert (CEO of Deloitte LLP)
16. Susan Wojcicki (CEO, of YouTube Google)
17. Pam Nicholson (CEO and President of Enterprise Holdings)
18. Tricia Griffith (CEO and President of Progressive)
19. Rosalind Brewer (CEO and President, of Sam's Club Walmart)
20. Ann-Marie Campbell (EVP, of U.S. stores Home Depot)
21. Susan Cameron (CEO and President of Reynolds American)
22. Debra Reed (CEO and Chairman of Sempra Energy)
23. Heather Bresch (CEO of Mylan)
24. Denise Morrison (CEO and President of Campbell Soup)
25. Ursula Burns (CEO and Chairman of Xerox)
26. Karen Lynch (President of Aetna)
27. Sandra (Sandi) (Peterson Group Worldwide Chairman of Johnson & Johnson)
28. Marianne Lake (CFO of JP Morgan Chase)
29. Margaret Keane (CEO and President of Synchrony Financial)
30. Mary Erdoes (CEO, JPM Asset Management of JPMorgan Chase)
31. Amy Hood (CFO and EVP of Microsoft)
32. Vicki Hollub (CEO and President of Occidental Petroleum)
33. Judith McKenna (EVP and COO, of Walmart U.S. Walmart)
34. Barbara Rentler (CEO of Ross Stores)
35. Kathleen Murphy (President, Personal Investing of Fidelity Investments)
36. Lynne Doughtie (CEO and Chairman of KPMG U.S.)
37. Carolyn Tastad (Group President, of North America Procter & Gamble)
38. Bridget Van Kralingen (SVP, of Industry Platforms IBM)
39. Julie Sweet (Group CEO, of North America Accenture)
40. Marni Walden (EVP/President of Verizon Communications)
41. Crystal Hanlon (President,of Northern Division Home Depot)
42. Shari Ballard (Senior EVP and President, of U.S. Retail Best Buy)
43. Mary Mack (Senior EVP and Head of Community Banking Wells Fargo)
44. Diane Bryant (EVP and GM, of Data Center Group Intel)
45. Jennifer Taubert (Company Group Chairman of Johnson & Johnson)
46. Jane Fraser (CEO, of Latin America Citigroup)
47. Debra Crew (COO/President, of R.J. Reynolds, Reynolds American)
48. Beth Comstock (Vice Chair General Electric)
49. Bonnie Hammer (Chair, of NBC Universal Cable Entertainment Group Comcast)
50. Anne Finucane (Vice Chairman of Bank of America)
51. Beyoncé (Queen Bee)

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