When a woman powerhouse continues to push endless possibilities and empower strength, equality and wit, they deserve a tap on their backs on top of their several accolades. From the world of tech, show business, and aviation industry, among many others, these female leaders deserve all the attention and a heap of praises. After all, they inspire women across the globe to always better their best.
Born in Chicago Illinois, Ginni Rometty is IBM’s CEO and president. As the very first woman to take a lead role in the mutinational tech company, Rometty bagged Forbes’ 10th most powerful woman in the world title in 2017.
Nancy J. Currie is a NASA astronaut and a United States Army office. The Delaware native had rendered over 2 decades of service in the US Army and had participated in remarkable shuttle launch missions with NASA. Currie was awarded the 2003 NASA Exceptional Service medal.
Born in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Tory Burch rose to international success with her chairmanship in Tory Burch LLC. The talented designer founded the Tory Burch Foundation that helps women with small-business loans and gives them access on entrepreneurial education.
Founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely is a certified billionaire businesswoman. Florida must be very proud of her being listed as one of Forbes’ 2016 Most Powerful Women in 2016.
The award-winning actress Glenn Close has powerful acting skills and the Golden Globe’s did not snob her for her multiple awards. Such talent lander her Emmy Awards, Tony Awards, and SAG Awards, and. The Connecticut native is also an advocate in promoting equal rights for the LGBT community.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Adena Friedman is recognised as the first woman to rule the US stock exchange thanks to her enviable CEO role in Nasdaq. Friedman earned the title of Forbes’ 3rd Most Powerful Woman in the World (2017).
Meg Whitman has a net worth of $3.4 billion. This New Yorker lady boss has an impressive resume- Her profile includes her work in various companies like Walt Disney, Procter and Gamble, and Hewlett Packard.