The World's 100 Most Powerful Women 2017 - Complete List


Priyanka Chopra has made it to the Forbes List of 100 Most Powerful Women of 2017. The Quantico star occupied the 97th position on the list, which was topped by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Apart from Priyanka, four other Indian women featured in the list. ICICI Bank CEO and MD Chanda Kochhar was ranked 32 on the coveted list while HCL Corporation CEO Roshni Nadar Malhotra took the 57th position, followed by Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, founder-Chair, of Biocon, at 71. Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson and Editorial Director for HT Media, took the 92nd place.


Some of the other India origin women who have made the cut include PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi at the 11th position while Indian American Nikki Haley has been placed 43rd.

The overall list was topped by Merkel, who retained the top spot for the seventh consecutive year and 12 times in total.

This year's list, ranked by dollars controlled, impact, spheres of influence and media presence, boasts of 23 newcomers.

Here is the complete list of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women 2017–

1. Angela Merkel (Germany) – Politics
2. Theresa May (United Kingdom) – Politics
3. Melinda Gates (United States) – Philanthropy/NGO
4. Sheryl Sandberg (United States) – Technology
5. Mary Barra (United States) – Automotive
6. Susan Wojcicki (United States) – Technology
7. Abigail Johnson (United States) – Finance and Investments
8. Christine Lagarde (France) – Economy
9. Ana Patricia Botín (Spain) – Finance and Investments
10. Ginni Rometty (United States) – Technology
11. Indra Nooyi (United States) – Diversified
12. Meg Whitman (United States) – Technology
13. Angela Ahrendts (United States) – Technology
14. Laurene Powell Jobs (United States) – Philanthropy/NGO
15. Tsai Ing-wen (Taiwan) – Politics
16. Michelle Bachelet (Chile) – Politics
17. Federica Mogherini (Italy) – Politics
18. Safra Catz (United States) – Technology
19. Ivanka Trump (United States) – Politics
20. Adena Friedman (United States) – Finance and Investments
21. Oprah Winfrey (United States) – Media & Entertainment
22. Marillyn Hewson (United States) – Manufacturing
23. Isabelle Kocher (France) – Energy
24. U.S. Supreme Court Justices (United States) – Politics
25. Ruth Porat (United States) – Technology
26. Queen Elizabeth II (United Kingdom) – Politics
27. Anna Wintour (United States) – Media & Entertainment
28. Ho Ching (Singapore) – Diversified
29. Emma Walmsley (United Kingdom)
30. Sheikh Hasina Wajed (Bangladesh) – Politics
31. Beata Maria Szydlo (Poland) – Politics
32. Chanda Kochhar (India) – Diversified
33. Aung San Suu Kyi (Myanmar) – Politics
34. Lucy Peng (China) – Technology
35. Pollyanna Chu (Hong Kong) – Finance and Investments
36. Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi (United Arab Emirates) – Politics
37. Amy Hood (United States) – Technology
38. Jacinda Ardern (New Zealand) – Politics
39. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (Croatia) – Politics
40. Jean Liu (China) – Technology
41. Bonnie Hammer (United States) – Media & Entertainment
42. Nicola Sturgeon (United Kingdom) – Politics
43. Nikki Haley (United States) – Politics
44. Rosalind Brewer (United States) – Diversified
45. Gina Rinehart (Australia) – Metals & Mining
46. Erna Solberg (Norway) – Politics
47. Stacey Snider (United States) – Media & Entertainment
48. Phebe Novakovic (United States) – Diversified
49. Elvira Nabiullina (Russia) – Finance and Investments
50. Beyoncé Knowles (United States) – Media & Entertainment
51. Peng Liyuan (China) – Politics
52. Margarita Simonyan (Russia) – Media & Entertainment
53. Mary Callahan Erdoes (United States) – Finance and Investments
54. Qunfei Zhou (Hong Kong) – Technology
55. Thi Phuong Thao Nguyen (Vietnam) – Diversified
56. Lisa Davis (United States)
57. Roshni Nadar Malhotra (India) – Technology
58. Güler Sabanci (Turkey) – Diversified
59. Lubna S. Olayan (Saudi Arabia) – Diversified
60. Dana Walden (United States) – Media & Entertainment
61. Katharine Viner (United Kingdom) – Media & Entertainment
62. Feng Ying Wang (China) – Automotive
63. Donna Langley (United Kingdom) – Media & Entertainment
64. Marianne Lake (United Kingdom) – Finance and Investments
65. Hillary Clinton (United States) – Politics
66. Mingzhu Dong (China) – Manufacturing
67. Melanie Kreis (Germany)
68. Dalia Grybauskaite (Lithuania) – Politics
69. Priscilla Chan (United States) – Philanthropy/NGO
70. Gwynne Shotwell (United States) – Construction & Engineering
71. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw (India) – Healthcare
72. Zanny Minton Beddoes (United Kingdom) – Media & Entertainment
73. Miuccia Prada (Italy) – Fashion & Retail
74. Isabel dos Santos (Angola) – Finance and Investments
75. Solina Chau (Hong Kong) – Technology
76. Lam Wai Ying (Hong Kong) – Manufacturing
77. Kathleen Kennedy (United States) – Media & Entertainment
78. Kersti Kaljulaid (Estonia) – Politics
79. Arianna Huffington (United States) – Media & Entertainment
80. Judy Faulkner (United States) – Technology
81. Fabiola Gianotti (Italy) – Philanthropy/NGO
82. Lynn Good (United States) – Energy
83. Geisha Williams (United States)
84. Mary Meeker (United States) – Finance and Investments
85. Taylor Swift (United States) – All Star Alumni
86. Patricia Harris (United States) – Philanthropy/NGO
87. Drew Gilpin Faust (United States) – Philanthropy/NGO
88. J.K. Rowling (United Kingdom)
89. Eliza Manningham-Buller (United Kingdom) – Philanthropy/NGO
90. Raja Easa Al Gurg (United Arab Emirates) – Diversified
91. Debra Cafaro (United States) – Real Estate
92. Shobhana Bhartia (India) – Media & Entertainment
93. Lee Boo-Jin (South Korea) – Service
94. Jenny Lee (Singapore) – Finance and Investments
95. Kirsten Green (United States) – Finance and Investments
96. Belinda Johnson (United States) – Technology
97. Priyanka Chopra (India)
98. Kathryn Petralia (United States) – Finance and Investments
99. Anne Finucane (United States) – Finance and Investments
100. Beth Brooke-Marciniak (United States) – Diversified

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