Le 100 donne più potenti del mondo – parte 1

 

Siamo scarse, sul serio scarse. Noi italiane dico. Nella classifica delle 100 donne più potenti del mondo ce n’è solo una e non sono io! Al 79° posto c’è Miuccia Prada, nipote di Mario Prada, fondatore dell’omonima azienda. E’ lei che porta avanti le redini della società. Il Time la pone al secondo posto nella classifica delle donne più potenti nel mondo della moda, ma se allarghiamo la visione ad una categoria più ampia, eccola lì, posto n.79 a rappresentare l’Italia.

Scorrendo la classifica stilata da Forbes,è fantastico vedere come dietro a grandi azienda e addirittura, grandi paesi, ci sia una donna.

Ecco alcuni esempi: al numero 92 delle donne più potenti del mondo c’è Jan Fields, presidente di Mc Donald’s America.

Al numero 88 c’è Sue Naegle, presidente della HBO (per farvela breve, la rete televisiva dov’è nato Sex&the City).

Al numero 87 c’è Ngozi Okonjo-Iweale, ministro della finanza in Nigeria.

Posizione 86 per Laura Chinchilla, presidente della Costa Rica.

E ancora Drew Gilpin Faust, presidente dell’università di Harward, a le vai la posizione 83.

Alla posizione 67 c’è Sallie Krawcheck, presidente della Bank of America.

Andrea Jung, CEO della Avon è solo al 64esimo posto.

Alla posizione 61 invece c’è Lady Potter, Joanne Rowling, autrice della saga di Harry Potter, a lei va tutta la mia invidia.

Per la regina Elisabetta una misera 49esima posizione…sarà l’età.

Iniziano poi i nomi legati a Twitter, Google e Yahoo.

Ursula Burn, 27esima posizione per il CEO della Xerox.

Anne Sweneey, co-chair alla Disney. Posizione 25 per lei.

Per arrivare poi a Beyonce, in 18esima posizione, e Oprah, in 14esima, battuta però dalla new entry Lady Gaga, direttamente in 11esima posizione.

Per le prime dieci però è il caso di soffermarsi un attimo e affrontarle una ad una. Oggi che tutto il web è invaso dalla farfalla di Belen mostrata in prima serata a Sanremo, ricordiamoci che le donne che fanno davvero la società, per fortuna, sono altre.

Ecco la lista completa dall n.11

11
Lady Gaga
Entertainer
25 United States Celebrity/Lifestyle
12
Jill Abramson
Executive Editor, NY Times
57 United States Media
13
Kathleen Sebelius
Secretary of Health and Human Services
63 United States Politics
14
Oprah Winfrey
Media Personality
58 United States Media
15
Janet Napolitano
Secretary of Homeland Security
54 United States Politics
16
Susan Wojcicki
SVP, Advertising, Google
43 United States Business
17
Cristina Fernandez
President
58 Argentina Politics
18
Beyoncé Knowles
Entertainer, Designer
30 United States Celebrity/Lifestyle
19
Georgina Rinehart
Mining Tycoon
58 Australia Billionaire
20
Cher Wang
Cofounder, Chair, HTC; VIA Technologies
53 Taiwan Business
21
Margaret Hamburg
Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration
56 United States Politics
22
Michele Bachmann
Presidential Candidate
55 United States Politics
23
Julia Gillard
Prime Minister
50 Australia Politics
24
Mary Schapiro
Chair, Securities and Exchange Commission
56 United States Politics
25
Anne Sweeney
Co-Chair of Disney Media Networks; President, Disney-ABC Television Group
54 United States Business
26
Aung San Suu Kyi
General Secretary, National League For Democracy
66 Burma Politics
27
Ursula Burns
CEO, Xerox
53 United States Business
28
Amy Pascal
Co-Chair, Sony Pictures
53 United States Business
29
Angelina Jolie
Actress, Humanitarian
36 United States Celebrity/Lifestyle
30
Josette Sheeran
Executive Director, UN World Food Programme
57 United States Non-Profit
31
Arianna Huffington
Editor-In-Chief, AOL Huffington Post Media Group
61 United States Media
32
Gail Kelly
CEO, Westpac Group
55 Australia Business
33
Chan Laiwa & family
Chair, Fu Wah International Group
71 China Billionaire
34
Sarah Palin
Political Commentator
48 United States Celebrity/Lifestyle
35
Cynthia Carroll
CEO, Anglo American
55 United States Business
36
Helene Gayle
CEO, CARE USA
57 United States Non-Profit
37
Carol Bartz
CEO, Yahoo!
63 United States Business
38
Ellen Kullman
CEO, Dupont
56 United States Business
39
Jin Sook Chang
Cofounder, Chief Merchandising Officer, Forever 21
49 United States Business
40
Safra Catz
President, Oracle
50 United States Business
41
Angela Braly
CEO, Wellpoint
50 United States Business
42
Marissa Mayer
VP, Local, Maps & Location Services, Google
36 United States Business
43
Chanda Kochhar
CEO, ICICI Bank
50 India Business
44
Christiane Amanpour
News Achor, This Week
54 United States Media
45
Patricia Woertz
CEO, Archer Daniels Midland
58 United States Business
46
Lynn Laverty Elsenhans
CEO, Sunoco
55 United States Business
47
Diane Sawyer
News Anchor, World News
66 United States Media
48
Zhang Xin & family
Cofounder, CEO, SOHO China
46 China Business
49
Queen Elizabeth II
Monarch
85 United Kingdom Politics
50
Helen Clark
Administrator, UN Development Programme
61 New Zealand Non-Profit
51
Helen Boaden
Director, BBC News Group
55 United Kingdom Media
52
Nancy Pelosi
Democratic Leader, House of Representatives
71 United States Politics
53
Queen Rania Al Abdullah
Monarch
41 Jordan Politics
54
Bonnie Hammer
Chairman, Cable Entertainment and Cable Studios, NBCU
62 United States Business
55
Ellen DeGeneres
Talk Show Host
54 United States Celebrity/Lifestyle
56
Katie Jacobs Stanton
VP, International Strategy, Twitter
42 United States Business
57
Shari Arison
Heiress, Philanthropist
54 Israel Billionaire
58
Angela Ahrendts
CEO, Burberry
51 United States Business
59
Yingluck Shinawatra
Prime Minister
44 Thailand Politics
60
Gisele Bündchen
Supermodel, Environmentalist
31 Brazil Celebrity/Lifestyle
61
Joanne (J.K.) Rowling
Author
46 United Kingdom Celebrity/Lifestyle
62
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
President
73 Liberia Politics
63
Lubna S. Olayan
CEO, Olayan Financing Company
56 Saudi Arabia Business
64
Andrea Jung
CEO, Avon
53 United States Business
65
Sri Mulyani Indrawati
Managing Director, World Bank
49 Indonesia Non-Profit
66
Ann Curry
Coanchor, TODAY show
55 United States Media
67
Sallie Krawcheck
President, Global Wealth and Investment Management, Bank of America
47 United States Business
68
Margaret Chan
Director-General, World Health Organization
64 China Non-Profit
69
Anna Wintour
Editor-in-Chief, Vogue
62 United States Media
70
Abigail Johnson
President, Fidelity Investments
50 United States Business
71
Judith Rodin
President, The Rockefeller Foundation
67 United States Non-Profit
72
Ho Ching
CEO, Temasek Holdings
59 Singapore Business
73
Carol Meyrowitz
CEO, TJX Companies
57 United States Business
74
Mary Callahan Erdoes
CEO, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
44 United States Business
75
Greta Van Susteren
Host, On the Record
57 United States Media
76
Mary Barra
SVP, Global Product Development, General Motors
50 United States Business
77
Ana Patricia Botin
CEO, Santander UK
51 Spain Business
78
Guler Sabanci & family
Chair, Sabanci Holding
57 Turkey Business
79
Miuccia Prada
Chair, Head Designer, Prada Group
62 Italy Business
80
Denise Morrison
CEO, Campbell Soup Company
58 United States Business
81
Tina Brown
Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Beast, Newsweek
58 United States Media
82
Virginia Rometty
SVP, Group Executive Sales, Marketing and Strategy , IBM
54 United States Business
83
Drew Gilpin Faust
President, Harvard University
64 United States Non-Profit
84
Sheri McCoy
Vice Chair Executive Committee, Johnson & Johnson
53 United States Business
85
Alice Walton
Heiress, Art Patron
62 United States Billionaire
86
Laura Chinchilla
President
52 Costa Rica Politics
87
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Finance Minister
57 Nigeria Politics
88
Sue Naegle
President, HBO Entertainment
42 United States Business
89
Mindy Grossman
CEO, HSN
54 United States Business
90
Ruth Porat
CFO, Morgan Stanley
54 United States Business
91
Diane Von Furstenberg
CEO, Diane Von Furstenberg Studio
65 United States Business
92
Jan Fields
President, McDonald’s USA
56 United States Business
93
Maria Ramos
Group CEO, Absa Group Banks
52 South Africa Business
94
Marjorie Scardino
CEO, Pearson
65 United States Business
95
Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
57 United States Non-Profit
96
Beth Mooney
CEO, KeyCorp
57 United States Business
97
Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita
CEO, ArcelorMittal South Africa
52 South Africa Business
98
Dominique Senequier
CEO, AXA Private Equity
58 France Business
99
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Founder, Chair, Biocon
58 India Business
100
Beth Brooke
Global Vice Chair, Ernst & Young
52 United States Business

 

 

 

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