2019 Fortune Most Powerful Women in Business (Top 10)
- Marillyn Hewson, CEO of Lockheed Martin
- Mary Barra, Chairman & CEO of General Motors
- Abigail Johnson, Chairman & CEO of Fidelity Investments
- Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President & CEO of IBM
- Gail Boudreaux, President & CEO of Anthem
- Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook
- Phebe Novakovic, Chairman & CEO of General Dynamics
- Safra Catz, Co-CEO of Oracle
- Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture
- Ruth Porat, SVP & CFO of Google, Alphabet
The magazine compiles the list by ranking leaders by criteria that include the size and importance of the woman’s business in the global economy, the business’s health, the path of the woman’s career and influence on society and culture.
To view the complete list of Fortune’s 2019 Most Powerful Women in Business, click here.
Also, read here the 50 Most Powerful Women based outside the U.S. ranking, in which Ana Botin, the executive chair of Banco Santander, returns to the No. 1 spot this year. A full third of this year’s honorees are new—recently appointed to top jobs at multinational firms (see Ping An’s Jessica Tan, Solvay’s Ilham Kadri, and Puma Energy’s Emma FitzGerald) or promoted to high-profile roles at global giants (like Petrobras CFO Andrea Marques de Almeida, Air France CEO Anne Rigail, and Uniqlo Japan CEO Maki Akaida).