Irene Rosenfeld at Kraft
Irene Rosenfeld is the CEO of Kraft, the world’s second-largest food company. She has been a leading voice in the industry for over a decade. She has raised the bar of Kraft company and helped them acquire other big brands, such as Cadbury for more than 10 billion pounds. She has been tenth ranked as the most powerful women list of Forbes in 2011.
Sally Grimes at Tyson Foods
Sally Grimes is a Group President at Tyson Foods. She has been responsible for nearly $10 billion of the company’s $40 billion business. She looks after a team with more than 20,000 employees as well as the rapid growth of the company, innovation, insight and foodservice. She has been named as the most powerful women to watch list of Forbes in 2018.
Barbara Humpton at Siemens
Barbara Humpton is the CEO of Siemens USA. She has been guiding the strategy and engagement of the company. She has been serving the largest market in the world, with more than 50,000 employees and over $23 billion in revenues and $5 billion in the annual report.
Janet Foutty at Deloitte
Janet Foutty is the chairman and CEO of Deloitte Consulting. As CEO of Deloitte, she has to lead a business of $9 Billion compromised of over 45,000 professionals. She has been helping Fortune 500 companies and Government agencies, turn the complex situation into profit-making opportunities.
Dhivya Suryadevara at General Motors
Dhivya Suryadevara is the first Female CFO in the 110-year history of automakers, which makes General Motors one of only two Fortune 500 companies to have CEO and CFO as women. Dhivya Suryadevara has been experienced and has several leadership skills which are proved by the results delivered by her over the years.
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