Forbes: 2013 Most Powerful Women Top 10

Published On May 22, 2013 | By admin | Local & Worldwide News

Forbes: 10 Most Powerful Women
The annual press release of the 100 top politicians and CEOs announced this morning. From Activist billionaires and celebrities to next generation entrepreneurs and philanthropists who matter the most. This year the list features 9 head of state who run nations with a combined GDP of $11.8 trillion.

Angela Merkel 

1. Angela Merkel

Chancellor, Germany
58 Germany Politics

 Dilma Rousseff

2. Dilma Rousseff

President, Brazil
65 Brazil Politics

Melinda Gates

3. Melinda Gates

Cochair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
48 United States Philanthropy/NGO

Michelle Obama

4. Michelle Obama

First Lady, United States
49 United States Politics

Hillary Clinton

5. Hillary Clinton

Personality, Philanthropist
65 United States Politics

Sheryl Sandberg

6. Sheryl Sandberg

COO, Facebook
43 United States Technology

Christine Lagarde

7. Christine Lagarde

Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
57 France Philanthropy/NGO

Janet Napolitano

8. Janet Napolitano

Secretary, Department of Homeland Security, United States
55 United States Politics

Sonia Gandhi

9. Sonia Gandhi

President, Indian National Congress, India
66 India Politics

Indra Nooyi

10. Indra Nooyi

CEO, PepsiCo
57 United States Business

Oprah Winfrey

13. Oprah Winfrey

Entrepreneur, Personality

59 United States Media

Beyonce Knowles

17. Beyoncé Knowles-Carter

Musician, Actress, Entrepreneur

31 United States Celebrity

For Complete List Via Forbes Top 100 Powerful Women Click Here

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