New York Forbes has released the list of 100 most powerful women of the year 2020. India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has also found a place in this list. Nirmala Sitharaman is at the 41st position in this list. Apart from this, the newly elected Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris, Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and HCL Enterprise CEO Roshni Nadar Malhotra are also in this list. At the same time, for the tenth consecutive year in this list, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel remains at the top.
The 17th annual ‘Forbes Power List’ includes women from 30 countries. Forbes said, “It has heads of ten countries, 38 CEOs, and five women from the entertainment sector. Even though they are from different ages, nationalities and different professions, they have set out on their forums to meet the challenges of 2020 Used in a way. “
Nirmala Sitharaman at 41st place
Nirmala Sitharaman is at the 41st position in this list. Nadar Malhotra is at 55 and Majumdar Shaw at 68. Renuka Jagtiani, head of the Landmark Group, has been ranked 98 in the list. Harris, the newly elected Vice President of the United States, is the first black woman to reach this position and is third on the list. German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds the first position for the tenth consecutive year.
Merkel recovers from financial crisis
Forbes said, Merkel is the leading leader of Europe and is leading the region’s largest economy by rescuing Germany from the financial crisis. Merkel’s leadership, which opposed Donald Trump, allowing more than a million refugees to live in Germany, has been extremely strong. The biggest question that people are asking now is who will replace Merkel after her term ends. “
Taiwan’s President Sai Ing Wen ranked 37th
Forbes reported that Taiwan’s President Sai Ing Wen was 37th, who in January implemented a difficult program to locate people exposed to corona virus patients. As a result, only seven people have died in the peninsula with a population of 23 million till date. New Zealand Prime Minister Jesinda Ardern is second on the list, who enforced stringent lockdown and separate habitat rules to save his country from the first and second wave of the Korana virus.
Women on every aspect of society changed from global epidemic
This year’s list includes the names of 17 new people, indicating that “women are playing a leading role in every aspect of society changed by the global epidemic”. The new CEO of the US multinational United Parcel Service Carol Tome has been ranked 11th and the head of California’s Chlorox Linda Randley has been ranked 87th helping to provide essential services so that Americans can stay connected with each other. And be clean.
Karen Lynch in 38th place
CVS Health executive vice president and future CEO Karen Lynch is ranked 38th. She ranks first among the powerful women of drug companies with the Kovid-19 screening program, who will take on the important task of managing Corona virus vaccines in 2021.
Sheikh Hasina in 39th place
The list includes Bill and Milinda Gates Foundation co-chairs Milinda Gates (fifth place), Speaker of the US House Nancy Pelosi (seventh place), Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg (22nd), Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina (39th), UK Queen Elizabeth II (46th), famous artists Rihanna (69th) and Beyoncé (72nd).
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