The ladies in this piece, a select portion of Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women list, have shaken up countries, boardrooms and entire industries as much as the climatic hurricanes and earthquakes that done to the eastern United States in the past few weeks. In contrast, these women leave a path of success, leadership and new methodologies behind as they continue to grow rather than destruction, devastation and questions of what is to come.
U.S. Ladies That Lead
Current Secretary of State, former First Lady and Presidential Candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton (63) ranked #2 on the list followed directly followed by a Fortune 500 CEO, PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi (55) proving that politics and business can mix one way or another.
Business women are making great strides as Sheryl Sandberg (42), ranked #5, one of the one's that has clearly redefined what success looks like for women as the Chief Operating Officer for Facebook, led by the iconic college drop out and social media genius 27Read More »from Ladies That Know How to Lead: Redefining Success for Women