Forbes list of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women includes women from 30 countries. It has 10 heads of states, 38 heads of businesses and 5 entertainers. These women of substance belong to different countries and pursue different professions but there is one thing is common in them that is they raised platforms for addressing the unique challenges posed by 2020.
It is an exhaustive list of 100 powerful women of the world where the US Vice President stands at 3rd rank. Here we’re introducing top 10 powerful women from the list of 100. These women have contributed to the growth of their countries in a unique way.
1 Angela Merkel, Germany (Chancellor Germany)
In 2005, Markel became the first female Chancellor of Germany and presently serving her fourth term in the office. Also, she’s recognized as a de facto leader of Europe for making Germany the largest economy of the region after a financial crisis.
2 Christine Lagarde, France (President, European Central Bank)
Lagarde became the first woman president of the European Central Bank on 1 November 2019. She’s been tasked to prevent the pandemic from further hitting the … Read the rest