Two of Forbes' Most Powerful Women: Angela Merkel and Hillary Clinton
Forbes has just named the World's 100 Most Poweful Women of 2013. And it's a very impressive list. It includes women in politics like Angela Merkel, the chancellor of Germany who was number one, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama, women in technology like Marissa Mayer and Sheryl Sandberg and many other areas like philanthropy, business and fashion.
We've listed the women in celebrity and media which includes women like Angelina Jolie and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal, who just spoke out about women directors working in the industry. You can find the full list at the link below.
17 Beyonce Knowles: Actress, Entrepreneur, Musician
37 Angelina Jolie: Actress, Philanthropist
38 Sofia Vergara: Actress, Entrepreneur
45 Lady Gaga: Musician, Philanthropist
51 Ellen DeGeneres: Comedian, Personality, Philanthropist
52 Shakira Mebarak: Musician, Personality, Philanthropist
93 J.K. Rowling: Author
95 Gisele Bundchen: Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Supermodel
13 Oprah Winfrey: Entrepreneur, Personality
19 Jill Abramson: Executive Editor, New York Times Co.
24 Anne Sweeney: Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks, and President, Disney/ABC Television Group, Walt Disney
36 Amy Pascal: Co-Chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony
41 Anna Wintour: Editor-in-Chief, Vogue, Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
56 Arianna Huffington: Editor-In-Chief, Huffington Post Media Group, AOL
61 Bonnie Hammer: Chairman, Cable Entertainment Group, NBCUniversal, Comcast
73 Diane Sawyer: Anchor of World News, ABC, Walt Disney
76 Sue Naegle: President, HBO Entertainment, Time Warner Cable
89 Mindy Grossman: CEO, HSN
97 Greta Van Susteren: Anchor, FOX News, News Corp
98 Jennifer Li: CFO, Baidu
100 Lan Yang: Co-owner, Sun Media Group
The World's 100 Most Powerful Women (Forbes)