The 100 Most Powerful Women

1 Angela Merkel Chancellor Germany 2 Sheila Bair Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. U.S. 3 Indra Nooyi Chief executive, PepsiCo U.S. 4 Cynthia Carroll Chief executive, Anglo American U.K. 5 Ho Ching Chief executive, Temasek Singapore 6 Irene Rosenfeld Chief executive, Kraft Foods U.S. 7 Ellen Kullman Chief executive, DuPont U.S. 8 Angela Braly Chief executive, WellPoint U.S. 9 Anne Lauvergeon Chief executive, Areva France 10 Lynn Elsenhans Chief executive, Sunoco U.S. 11 Cristina Fernandez President Argentina 12 Carol Bartz Chief executive, Yahoo U.S. 13 Sonia Gandhi President, Indian National Congress Party India 14 Ursula Burns Chief executive, Xerox Corp. U.S. 15 Anne Mulcahy Chairman, Xerox Corp. U.S. 16 Safra Catz President, Oracle U.S. 17 Christine Lagarde Minister of Economy, Finance & Employment France 18 Gail Kelly Chief executive, Westpac Australia 19 Marjorie Scardino Chief executive, Pearson Plc. U.K. 20 Chanda Kochhar Chief executive, ICICI Bank India 21 Mary Sammons Chief executive, Rite Aid Corp. U.S. 22 Michelle Bachelet President Chile 23 Paula Reynolds Chief restructuring officer, AIG U.S. 24 Carol Meyrowitz Chief executive, TJX Companies U.S. 25 Andrea Jung Chief executive, Avon U.S. 26 Patricia Woertz Chief executive, Archer Daniels Midland U.S. 27 Guler Sabanci Chairman, Sabanci Holding Turkey 28 Barbara Desoer President, Bank of America Mortgage, Home Equity, & Insurance U.S. 29 Brenda Barnes Chief executive, Sara Lee Corp. U.S. 30 Risa Lavizzo-Mourey Chief executive, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation U.S. 31 Ann Livermore Executive vice president, Hewlett-Packard U.S. 32 Cathie Lesjak Executive vice president, Hewlett-Packard U.S. 33 Marina Berlusconi Chairman, Fininvest Group Italy 34 Melinda Gates Co-chairman, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation U.S. 35 Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House, House of Representatives U.S. 36 Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State U.S. 37 Jane Mendillo Chief executive, Harvard Management Co. U.S. 38 Margaret Chan Director-general, World Health Org. Switzerland 39 Susan Chambers Executive vice president, Global People Division, Wal-Mart Stores U.S. 40 Michelle Obama First Lady U.S. 41 Oprah Winfrey Chairman, Harpo U.S. 42 Queen Elizabeth II Queen U.K. 43 Nancy McKinstry Chief executive, Wolters Kluwer Netherlands 44 Gloria Arroyo President Philippines 45 Ana Patricia Botin Executive Chairman, Banesto Spain 46 Ann Veneman Executive Director, UNICEF U.S. 47 Yulia Tymoshenko Prime minister Ukraine 48 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme Court Justice U.S. 49 Janet Robinson Chief executive, The New York Times Co. U.S. 50 Dominique Senequier Chief executive, AXA Private Equity France 51 Janet Napolitano Secretary of Homeland Security U.S. 52 Neelie Kroes Commissioner for Competition, European Union Belgium 53 Gail Boudreaux President, UnitedHealthcare U.S. 54 Sonia Sotomayor Supreme Court Justice U.S. 55 Mary Schapiro Chairman Securities & Exchange Commission U.S. 56 Kathleen Sebelius Secretary of Health & Human Services U.S. 57 Ellen Alemany Chief executive, RBS Americas and Citizens Financial Group U.S. 58 Susan Ivey Chief executive, Reynolds American U.S. 59 Amy Pascal Cochairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment U.S. 60 Helen Clark Chairman, United Nations Development Group New Zealand 61 Judy McGrath Chief executive, MTV Networks U.S. 62 Stacey Snider Chief executive, DreamWorks SKG U.S. 63 Navanethem Pillay High Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations South Africa 64 Janet Clark Chief financial officer, Marathon Oil U.S. 65 Sherilyn McCoy Worldwide chairman, Pharmaceuticals Group, Johnson & Johnson U.S. 66 Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf President Liberia 67 Tarja Halonen President Finland 68 Mary McAleese President Ireland 69 Virginia Rometty Senior vice president, IBM U.S. 70 Angela Ahrendts Chief executive, Burberry Group Plc. U.K. 71 Sri Indrawati Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance Indonesia 72 Terri Dial Chief executive, U.S. Consumer Bank, Citigroup U.S. 73 Deirdre Connelly President, North American Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithkline U.S. 74 Johanna Sigurdardottir Prime minister Iceland 75 Queen Rania Queen Jordan 76 Christina Gold Chief executive, Western Union U.S. 77 Colleen Goggins Worldwide chairman, Johnson & Johnson U.S. 78 Hasina Wajed Prime minister Bangladesh 79 Hyun Jeong-eun Chairman, Hyundai Group South Korea 80 Amy Schulman Senior vice president, Pfizer U.S. 81 Penny Pritzker Chairman, Classic Residence by Hyatt U.S. 82 Drew Faust President, Harvard University U.S. 83 Melanie Healey Group president, Feminine & Health Care, Procter & Gamble U.S. 84 Elizabeth Smith President, Avon U.S. 85 Deb Henretta Group president, Asia, Procter & Gamble Singapore 86 Ann Moore Chief executive, Time Inc. U.S. 87 Sallie Krawcheck Chief executive global wealth management, Bank of America U.S. 88 Pamela Nicholson President, Enterprise Rent-A-Car U.S. 89 Janice Fields Chief operating officer, McDonald’s USA U.S. 90 Stephanie Burns Chief executive, Dow Corning U.S. 91 Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Chairman, Biocon India 92 Eva Cheng Executive vice president, Amway Greater China & Southeast Asia Hong Kong 93 Efrat Peled Chief executive, Arison Investments Israel 94 Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi Minister of the Economy United Arab Emirates 95 Charlene Begley Chief executive, GE Enterprise Solutions U.S. 96 Mindy Grossman Chief executive, HSN, Inc. U.S. 97 Sharon Allen Chairman, Deloitte & Touche U.S. 98 Anne Sweeney Co-chairman, Disney Media Networks U.S. 99 Heidi Miller Chief executive Treasury & Securities Services, JPMorgan Chase U.S. 100 Mary Erdoes Chairman, JPMorgan Global Wealth Management

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  3. 76 . Christina Gold of Western Union ( WU ) is powerful in Money Laundering around the World , in keeping the business of Western Union around the World by exchanging favors with Governments by supplying them with all the information they need on everybody that ever uses Western Union .
    Christina Gold , and WESTERN UNION are the real enemies of every Immigrant and hard worker .
    This was written in the book ” the one percent doctrine ” by Ron Suskind .

    Western Union is a criminal organization , a Ponzi , and everybody that buys its stock , is like investing with Madoff .

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