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100 powerful women

100 powerful women
20. Maria das Gracas Silva Foster\nCEO, Petrobras-Pretroleo Brasil\n58, Brazil
100 powerful women
19. Aung San Suu Kyi\nChair and Parliamentarian, National League for Democracy, Burma\n67, Burma
100 powerful women
18. Meg Whitman\nCEO, Hewlett-Packard\n56, United States
100 powerful women
17. Ursula Burns\nChairman and CEO, Xerox\n53, United States
100 powerful women
16. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner\nPresident, Argentina \n59, Argentina
100 powerful women
15. Virginia Rometty\nPresident and CEO, IBM\n54, United States
100 powerful women
14. Lady Gaga\nMusician, Philanthropist \n26, United States
100 powerful women
13. Irene Rosenfeld\nChairman and CEO, Kraft Foods\n59, United States
100 powerful women
12. Indra Nooyi\nChairman and CEO, PepsiCo\n56, United States
100 powerful women
11. Oprah Winfrey\nEntrepreneur, Personality\n58, United States
100 powerful women
10. Sheryl Sandberg\nCOO, Facebook\n42, United States
100 powerful women
09. Janet Napolitano\nSecretary, Department of Homeland Security, United States\n54, United States
100 powerful women
08. Christine Lagarde\nManaging Director, International Monetary Fund\n56, France
100 powerful women
07. Michelle Obama\nFirst Lady, United States\n48, United States
100 powerful women
06. Sonia Gandhi\nPresident, Indian National Congress, India\n65, India
100 powerful women
05. Jill Abramson\nExecutive Editor, New York Times Co.\n58, United States
100 powerful women
04. Melinda Gates\nCo-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation\n48, United States
100 powerful women
03. Dilma Rousseff\nPresident, Brazil\n64, Brazil
100 powerful women
02. Hillary Clinton\nSecretary of State, United States\n64, United States
100 powerful women
01. Angela Merkel\nChancellor, Germany\n58, Germany