Co-chair of the world’s biggest charitable trust, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and a campaigner for the rights of women and girls.
4. Ursula Von der Leyen
The first female president of the Europen Commission. She’s responsible for the laws governing 450 million people.
Kamala Devi Harris is the first woman to be elected as US vice-president. She was also the first Indian-American woman elected to the US Senate.
The head of the European Central Bank is also the first woman head of ECB.
As governor of monetary policy, she is charged with steering the eurozone out of the pandemic.
She became Germany’s first female chancellor in 2005 and is now serving her 4th term. As head of Europe’s largest economy, she’s the continent’s most powerful person.
Forbes’ 17th annual women’s power list includes 10 heads of state and 38 CEOs.Also on the listed host Oprah Winfrey, at 20th, Ping An Executive Director Jessica Tan, at 21st.Temasek CEO Ho Ching, at 30th and New Zealand Prime minister Jacinda Ardern, at 32nd.
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