Top 10 Most Influential And Powerful Women Of 2016

Top 10 Most Powerful Women Of 2016

Having made waves with their imposing accomplishments, these ladies you will look down for, have been pronounced as the most influential and powerful women of 2016. Furthermore, no, we are not simply discussing business head honchos who have figured out how to heighten benefits or pivot the economy in their business’ support; we are discussing RAW WOMAN POWER!

Ladies who have taken the street less trodden and built up a check in the male-ruled world to assemble billion dollar brands, navigate the globe to intermediary universal assertions and beat the money related markets for an enhanced and more secure economy.

These women have figured out how to change the face of the world for the better by making some solid, scholarly, and educated choices in their individual areas. Clear a path for the top 10 female headline grabbers of 2016 who merit a salute. Their social and social impact have secured them a place in this respectable rundown.

Top 10 Most Influential Women Of 2016

Angela Merkel

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Chancellor, Germany

Theresa May

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Second woman Prime Minister, UK.

Hillary Clinton

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The U.S. Presidential candidate who lost to Donald Trump.

Aung San Suu Kyi

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Nobel Peace Prize laureate and State Counsellor, Myanmar.

Michelle Bachelet

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President, Chile.

Christine Lagarde

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First woman head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

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President, Liberia and first elected woman President of an African country.

Irina Bokova

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First woman head of the UN cultural organization UNESCO.

Janet Yellen

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Head, U.S. Federal Reserve.

Margaret Chan

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Director General, World Health Organization (WHO).

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