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See who tops this year’s list of Fortune’s most powerful women




So it may come as no surprise that three of the top ten women nominated Fortune’s Most Powerful 2021 Women list, published on Monday, manages companies in the healthcare sector or that half of them became CEOs during the Covid crisis.
Lynch got first place for two big reasons: Shortly after taking over in February of this year, he succeeded CVS (CVS) a central player in the response to the American pandemic, making it a testing and vaccination center for Covid. And now it wants to transform the way primary health care is delivered by turning many neighborhood CVS stores into super health care clinics.
The number 2 is classified Jane Fraser, From Citigroup (C) Chief Executive Officer. Taking office earlier this year, she became the first female head of a major Wall Street bank.

Among Fraser’s successes so far, Fortune notes, has been unifying Citi’s wealth management business and making plans to sell parts of the company’s low-yield consumer operations.

Accenture’s (ACN) Julie Sweet, president and CEO, that was woman of last year’s highest ranking on the Fortune list, ranks No. 3. According to its watch, according to Fortune, the consulting firm saw revenue increase by 14% in fiscal 2021, has invested heavily in cutting-edge technologies such as 5G and the blocks and has set ambitious environmental goals, such as having net carbon emissions and net waste by 2025.
There are also the top 10 Fortune rankings Rosalind Brewer (No. 6) CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance i Thasunda Brown Duckett (No. 10), President and CEO of the investment firm TIAA.
They are currently Brewer and Duckett only two black women CEO of the Fortune 500 companies, of which there were only four.

In addition to managing complex and multimillion-dollar companies, both have prioritized equity promotion. Brewer has made equity into vaccines a priority and Duckett is known for his efforts to make the financial system more inclusive for people of color.

Here are the top ten executives on Fortune’s 2021 list of most powerful women:

1. Karen Lynch, CEO of CVS Health

2. Jane Fraser, CEO, Citi

3. Julie Sweet, President and CEO of Accenture

4. Carol Tomé, CEO, UPS

5. Mary Barra, President and CEO of GM

6. Rosalind Brewer, CEO, Walgreens Boots Alliance

7. Gail Broudreaux, President and CEO, Anthem

8. Abigail Johnson, President and CEO of Fidelity Investments

9. Ruth Porat, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Alphabet

10. Thasunda Brown Duckett, President and CEO of TIAA

(Here is the full list of 50. Consider a subscription is required.)