By Jeanne Sahadi | CNN Enterprise
Due to the a number of crises marking this 12 months — the pandemic, economic shocks, an overdue reckoning with racial injustice and local weather change disasters — the factors to find out who ought to make the highest 50 record was expanded this 12 months.
“Merely put, 2020 is the 12 months after we mentioned a closing goodbye to enterprise as traditional,” Fortune writers famous of their introduction to the record.
So, along with contemplating the scale and well being of a lady chief’s enterprise within the international financial system, her social and cultural affect, and the arc of her profession, Fortune added a brand new factor: how particular person girls leaders have been utilizing their energy and affect to form their firms and the world for the higher.
Sweet takes the No. 1 spot for working an expert providers agency with greater than half one million workers in 51 international locations who’re serving to shoppers work out the “new world order.” The agency will get the vast majority of its income from shoppers within the cloud, digital and safety companies. And, as Covid-19 hit, “the corporate tapped into that experience to assist join the UK’s 1.2 million Nationwide Well being Service staff remotely and to companion with Salesforce on contact tracing and vaccine administration expertise,” Fortune famous.
GM’s Barra will get prime marks within the No. 2 spot each for her position overseeing the automaker’s pivot to creating ventilators within the wake of the coronavirus disaster and for doubling down on her drive to put money into GM’s electric car manufacturing.
At No. 6, and topping the glass-ceiling-breaker class, is Citi Group’s Jane Fraser, who has turn into the primary lady named to run a serious US financial institution.
And amongst these on the record setting firsts of their business, Simon & Schuster senior vice chairman and writer Dana Canedy is available in at No. 50 as the primary Black particular person to go a serious publishing imprint.
Internationally, GlaxoSmithKline CEO Emma Walmsley took prime spot given her firm’s international efforts to comprise the coronavirus.
Under is the record of girls leaders who ranked within the prime 10 on Fortune’s US rankings this 12 months. The complete record of the highest 50 could be discovered here.
1. Julie Candy, CEO, Accenture
2. Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO, Normal Motors
3. Abigail Johnson, Chairman and CEO, Constancy Investments
4. Gail Boudreaux, President and CEO, Anthem
5. Carol Tomé, CEO, UPS
6. Jane Fraser, CEO of World Shopper Banking; President, Citi
7. Ruth Porat, SVP and CFO, Google, Alphabet
8. Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Fb
9. Corie Barry, CEO, Finest Purchase
10. Judith McKenna, President and CEO, Walmart Worldwide, Walmart
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