Thursday, December 15, 2011

Top 100 of World's Most Powerful Women



Almost: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton who almost became president also almost became the most powerful woman in the world, in a Forbes pollTangan yang menggoncang buaian jangan disangka tidak mampu menggoncang dunia.Emansipasi wanita kini bukan sahaja melibatkan perjuangan gender tetapi menuntut lebih dari itu yang selama ini didominisasi oleh kaum lelaki.Hilllary Clinton misalnya yang pernag menjadi First Lady di Amerika walaupun tidak lama masih dianggap sebagai wanita kedua paling berpengaruh di dunia selepas perlantikannya oleh pentadbiran President Obama sebagai Setiusaha Negara..

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Michele Bachmann
Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin visits the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines


Politics: Michele Bachmann, kiri dan Sarah Palin pada kedudukant 22 and 34  senarai


High place: First lady Michelle Obama came in at number eight, beating presidential candidates Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann
First lady Michelle Obama menduduki tempat ke 8 mengatasi Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann

Mrs. Clinton di temapat kedua dibelakang  Canselor Jerman Angela Merkel, yangdigambarkan sebagai pemimpin yang'dipertikaikan' Kesatuan Eropah, dalam senarai majalah Forbes yang diterbitkan hari ini.
Walaupun politik boleh menguasai tiga teratas - dengan Presiden Brazil DilmaRousseff di tempat ketiga - senarai kuasa tahun ini mewakili wanita dari segenap lapisan masyarakat.

Winner: German Chancellor Angela Merkel is described as the undisputed leader of the European Union and topped the list of most powerful women
Teratas: German Chancellor Angela Merkel adalah Wanita Paling Berpengaruh Di Dunia walaupun tidak disenangi oleh Kesatuan Eropah



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Actress Angelina Jolie arrives at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton hotel on January 16, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California

Superstars: Actress Angelina Jolie menjadi duta yang turut disertai oleh Lady Gaga yang sanggup membelanjakan 200 juta untuk kempen memerangi AIDS meletakkan dirinya orang ke 11.

Wang juga diambil kira. Sepuluh peratus daripada wanita mempunyai akaun bank dalam sepuluh angka, termasuk Oprah Winfrey pada 14 nombor danHarry Potter author JK Rowling pada 61.
Waris perempuan Alice Walton Wal-Mart, nombor 85, adalah tetap manakalaGeorgina Rinehart - bilangan ke 19 - wanita terkaya di Australia dan dikatakanberada di landasan yang betul untuk menjadi wanita terkaya di dunia menjelang akhir tahun depan.
Teknologi baru diwakili dalam bentuk Facebook Sheryl Sandberg, nombor lima, dan Katie Jacobs Stanton, dari Twitter, pada kedudukan56.
Juri Michele Bachmann - nombor 22 - dan Sarah Palin, nombor 34. Banyak bergantung kepada kemajuan mereka dalam perlumbaan presiden 2012 untukmelihat jika mereka akan memanjat atau jatuh tahun depan.
First Lady Michelle Obama berjaya untuk berada di dedudukan kesepuluh teratas, berada pada nombor lapan.

Talk show queen: Oprah Winfrey came in at number 14 with a bank account boasting ten figures
Ratu Talkk show : Oprah Winfrey berada di kedudukan 14 dengan akaun bank 10 digit


Usahawan seperti Wang HTC Cher, nombor 20, dan Zhang Xin, jutawan bersama pengasas hartanah empayar SOHO China, nombor 48.
Editor eksekutif yg baru The New York Times Jill Abramson nombor12  manakala bos BBC News  Helen Boaden pada kedudukan 44 dan Diane Sawyer pada 47.
Kari Ann NBC Today show  66 dan  Greta The Rekod Van Susteren77 .
Showbiz aktivis Lady Gaga,  11, yang membelanjakan 200 juta dalam kempen memerangi AIDS serta Angelina Jolie yang bertugas sebagai Duta juga menunjukkan prestasi cemerlang.

@Semakin hari ramai wanita semakin maju dan berjaya. Banyak juga pengaruh wanita yang berguna kepada perubahan dunia pada hari ini.

Berikut ialah senarai Top 100 Wanita Paling Berpengaruh Di Dunia yang dilakukan oleh majalah Forbes.


FORBES' TOP 100 OF WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL WOMEN 

1    Angela Merkel, Chancellor, 57, Germany
2    Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, 63, United States
3    Dilma Rousseff, President, 63, Brazil
4    Indra NooyiChief Executive, PepsiCo, 55, United States
5    Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook, 41, United States
6    Melinda Gates, Cofounder, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 47, United States
7    Sonia Gandhi, President, Indian National Congress Party, 64, India
8    Michelle Obama First Lady, 47, United States
9    Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, 55, France
10   Irene Rosenfeld, CEO, Kraft Foods, 58, United States
11   Lady Gaga, Entertainer, 25, United States
12   Jill Abramson, Executive Editor, NY Times, 57, United States
13   Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, 63, United States
14   Oprah Winfrey, Media Personality, 57, United States
15   Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security, 53, United States
16   Susan Wojcicki, SVP, Advertising, Google, 43, United States
17   Cristina Fernandez, President, 58, Argentina
18   Beyoncé Knowles, Entertainer, Designer, 29, United States
19   Georgina Rinehart, Mining Tycoon, 57, Australia
20   Cher Wang, Cofounder, Chair, HTC; VIA Technologies, 52, Taiwan
21   Margaret Hamburg, Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, 56, U.S.
22   Michele Bachmann, Presidential Candidate, 55, United States
23   Julia Gillard, Prime Minister, 49, Australia
24   Mary Schapiro, Chair, Securities and Exchange Commission, 56, United States
25   Anne Sweeney, Co-Chair of Disney Media Networks; President, Disney-ABC Television Group, 53, United States

26     Aung San Suu Kyi, General Secretary, National League For Democracy, 66, Myanmar
27     Ursula Burns, CEO, Xerox, 52, United States
28     Amy Pascal, Co-Chair, Sony Pictures, 53, United States
29     Angelina Jolie, Actress, Humanitarian, 36, United States
30     Josette Sheeran, Executive Director, UN World Food Programme, 57, U.S.
31     Arianna HuffingtonEditor-In-Chief, Huffington Post, 61, U.S.
32     Gail Kelly, CEO, Westpac Group, 55, Australia
33     Chan Laiwa & family, Chair, Fu Wah International Group, 70, China
34     Sarah Palin, Political Commentator, 47, U.S.
35     Cynthia Carroll, CEO, Anglo American, 54, U.S.
36     Helene Gayle, CEO, CARE USA       
37     Carol Bartz, CEO, Yahoo!, 62, U.S.
38     Ellen Kullman, CEO, Dupont, 55, U.S.
39     Jin Sook Chang, Cofounder, Chief Merchandising Officer, Forever 21, 48, U.S.
40     Safra Catz, President, Oracle, 49, U.S.
41     Angela Braly, CEO, Wellpoint, 50, U.S.
42     Marissa Maye, VP, Local, Maps & Location Services, Google, 36, U.S.
43     Chanda Kochhar, CEO, ICICI Bank, 49, India
44     Christiane Amanpour, News Achor, This Week, 53 , U.S.
45     Patricia Woertz, CEO, Archer Daniels Midland, 58,  U.S.
46     Lynn Laverty Elsenhans, CEO, Sunoco, 55 , U.S.
47     Diane Sawyer, News Anchor, World News, 65, U.S.
48     Zhang Xin & family, Cofounder, CEO, SOHO China, 46, China
49     Queen Elizabeth II, Monarch, 85, United Kingdom
50     Helen Clark, Administrator, UN Development Programme, 61, New Zealand

51     Helen Boaden Director, BBC News Group, 55, United Kingdom
52     Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Leader, House of Representatives, 71, United States
53     Queen Rania Al Abdullah, Monarch, 40, Jordan
54     Bonnie Hammer, Chairman, Cable Entertainment and Cable Studios, NBCU, 61, U.S.
55     Ellen DeGeneres, Talk Show Host , 53, United States
56     Katie Jacobs Stanton, VP, International Strategy, Twitter, 41, United States
57     Shari Ariso, Heiress, Philanthropist, 53, Israel
58     Angela Ahrendts CEO, Burberry, 51, United States
59     Yingluck Shinawatra, Prime Minister, 44, Thailand
60     Gisele Bündchen, Supermodel, Environmentalist, 31, Brazil
61     Joanne (J.K.) Rowling Author, 46, United Kingdom
62     Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President, 72 , Liberia
63     Lubna S. Olayan, CEO, Olayan Financing Company, 56, Saudi Arabia
64     Andrea Jung, CEO, Avon, 53, United States
65     Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Managing Director, World Bank, Indonesia
66     Ann Curry, Coanchor, TODAY show, 54, United States
67     Sallie Krawcheck, President, Global Wealth and Investment Management, Bank of     America, 46, United States
68     Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization, 64, China
69     Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief, Vogue, 61, United States
70     Abigail Johnson, President, Fidelity Investments,  49, United States
71     Judith Rodin, President, The Rockefeller Foundation, 66, United States
72     Ho Ching, CEO, Temasek Holdings, 58, Singapore
73     Carol Meyrowitz, CEO, TJX Companies, 57, United States
74     Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO, J.P. Morgan Asset Management,  44, United States
75     Greta Van Susteren Host, On the Record, 57, United States

76     Mary Barra, SVP, Global Product Development, General Motors, 49, United States
77     Ana Patricia Botin, CEO, Santander UK, 50, Spain
78     Guler Sabanci & family, Chair, Sabanci Holding, 56, Turkey
79     Miuccia Prada, Chair, Head Designer, Prada Group, 62, Italy
80     Denise Morrison CEO, Campbell Soup Company, 57, United States
81     Tina Brown, Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, 57, United States
82     Virginia Rometty SVP, Group Executive Sales, Marketing and Strategy , IBM, 53, U.S.
83     Drew Gilpin Faust, President, Harvard University, 63, United States
84     Sheri McCoy, Vice Chair, Johnson & Johnson, 52, United States
85     Alice WaltonHeiress, Art Patron, 61, United States
86     Laura Chinchilla, President, 52,  Costa Rica
87     Ngozi Okonjo-Iweal, Finance Minister, 57, Nigeria
88     Sue Naegle, President, HBO Entertainment,  42, United States
89     Mindy Grossman, CEO, HSN, 53, United States
90     Ruth Porat, CFO, Morgan Stanley, United States
91     Diane Von Furstenberg, CEO, Diane Von Furstenberg Studio, 64, United States
92     Jan Fields President, McDonald's USA, 56, United States
93     Maria Ramos, Group CEO, Absa Group Banks, 52, South Africa
94     Marjorie Scardino, CEO, Pearson, 64, United States
95     Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 56, United States
96     Beth Mooney, CEO, KeyCorp, 56, United States
97     Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita, CEO, ArcelorMittal South Africa, 52, South Africa
98     Dominique Senequier,CEO, AXA Private Equity, 58, France
99     Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Founder, Chair, Biocon, 58, India