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Find out who tops the list of the most powerful women in Fortune this year

So it’s perhaps not surprising that three of the top 10 women were chosen Strongest Women 2021 in Fortune The list, released on Monday, lists companies in the health sector running or half of them becoming CEOs during the Covid crisis.
lynch He won first place for Two main reasons: Shortly after taking office in February of this year, she did CVS (CVS) A central player in the US pandemic response, which has made it a hub for Covid testing and vaccines. Now it wants to transform how primary health care is delivered by converting many nearby CVS stores into super healthcare clinics.
Rank number 2 is Jane FraserAnd City Group (NS) Executive Director. When she took the position earlier this year, she became the first woman president of a major bank on Wall Street.

Among Fraser’s accomplishments to date, Fortune notes that it has been consolidating Citi’s wealth management business and making plans to sell underperforming parts of the company’s consumer operations.

Accenture (ACN) Chairman and CEO Julie Sweet, who was The highest ranked woman last year In the list of Fortune, it occupies the third place. In its monitoring, Fortune reports, the consulting firm saw revenue rise 14% in fiscal 2021, invested heavily in groundbreaking technologies like 5G and blockchain and set ambitious environmental goals, such as zero net carbon emissions and net waste by 2025.
Also in the top 10 Fortune rankings Rosalind Brewer (No. 6) Walgreens Boots Alliance CEO, Thasonda Brown Duckett (No. 10), president and CEO of the investment firm TIAA.
Brewer and Duckett are currently considered Only two black women CEOs Of the 500 companies on the Fortune list – there were only four of them ever.

In addition to managing complex multi-billion dollar companies, both have prioritized enhancing equity. Pryor has made vaccination equality a priority, and Duckett is best known for her efforts to make the financial system more inclusive of people of color.

Here are the top 10 female CEOs on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list for 2021:

1. Karen Lynch, CEO of CVS Health

2. Jane Fraser, CEO of Citi

3. Julie Sweet, Chairman and CEO of Accenture

4. Carol Tomei, CEO of UPS

5. Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO, General Manager

6. Rosalind Brewer, CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance

7. Jill Brodrow, President and CEO of Anthem

8. Abigail Johnson, Chairman and CEO of Fidelity Investments

9. Ruth Porat, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Alphabet

10. Thasunda Brown Duckett, President and CEO, TIAA

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