10 Women CEOs

 
Brenda Barnes
Sara Lee
Orginally PepsiCo’s first female head, Barnes later became the CEO of the largest corporation with a woman at the helm
 
Ursula M. Burns
Xerox Corporation
The first African-American woman to serve as CEO of a Fortune 500 company 
 
Andrea Jung
Avon Products
Sits on top of this company with more women in management positions than any other
 
Shelly Lazarus
Ogilvy & Mather
The most powerful woman in advertising for one of the biggest ad agencies in the world
 
Carol A. Bartz
Yahoo
Helped collaborate Microsoft’s Bing as the search engine on Yahoo’s homepage
 
 
Carol M. Meyrowitz
TJX
Fostered T.J. Maxx’s ad campaign appealing to budget-conscious women
 
Mary F. Sammons
Rite Aid
Worked to expand the company’s health services with the wellness+ program
  
Indra K. Nooyi
PepsiCo
Aimed to boost the company during the recession with bold promotion investments, such as Facebook ads
 
Irene Rosenfeld
Kraft Foods
Sorted out the company’s merger with Cabury company (British food maker) and increased profits
 
Patricia A. Woertz
Archer Daniels Midland
Helped turn ADM into the country’s leading producer of the corn-based fuel
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