The World's 100 Most Powerful Women

According to the most recent listing by Forbes, who are the 100 women with the most power?
Answers include politicians, entertainers, etc
Source: http://www.forbes.com/power-women/#page:10_sort:0_direction:asc_search:
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Country
Profession
Answer
1.
Germany
Chancellor
Angela Merkel
2.
United States
Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton
3.
Brazil
President
Dilma Rousseff
4.
United States
Foundation Co-Chair
Melinda Gates
5.
United States
Executive Editor
Jill Abramson
6.
India
Indian National Congress
Sonia Gandhi
7.
United States
First Lady
Michelle Obama
8.
France
Managing Director
Christine Lagarde
9.
United States
Homeland Security Secretary
Janet Napolitano
10.
United States
C.O.O
Sheryl Sandberg
11.
United States
Entrepreneur/TV Personality
Oprah Winfrey
12.
United States
Chariman/CEO
Indra Nooyi
13.
United States
Charman/CEO
Irene Rosenfeld
14.
United States
Musician/Philanthropist
Lady Gaga
15.
United States
President/CEO
Virginia Rometty
16
Argentina
President
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
17.
United States
Charman/CEO
Ursula Burns
18.
United States
CEO
Meg Whitman
19.
Burma
Chair and Parliamentarian
Aung San Suu Kyi
20.
Brazil
CEO
Maria das Gracas Silva Foster
21.
United States
CEO
Marissa Mayer
22.
United States
Co-Chair/President
Anne Sweeney
23.
United States
TV Anchor
Diane Sawyer
24.
United States
CEO
Angela Braly
25.
United States
Senior Vice President
Susan Wojcicki
26.
United Kingdom
Monarch
Queen Elizabeth II
27.
Australia
Prime Minister
Julia Gillard
28.
United States
House of Representatives
Nancy Pelosi
29.
United States
Editor-In-Chief
Arianna Huffington
30.
Thailand
Prime Minister
Yingluck Shinawatra
31.
United States
Department of Health and Human Service Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius
32.
United States
Actress/Entrepreneur/Musician
Beyonce Knowles
33.
United States
Fashion Designer
Diane Von Furstenberg
34.
New Zealand
Administrator, UN Development Programme
Helen Clark
35.
Australia
Executive Chairman
Georgina Rinehart
36.
United States
Co-Chairman
Amy Pascal
37.
China
Director-General
Margaret Chan
38.
United States
Actress/Musician
Jennifer Lopez
39.
United States
CEO
Sheri McCoy
40.
Colombia
Musician/Personality
Shakira
41.
United States
SVP
Mary Barra
42.
China
Cofounder, CEO
Zhang Xin
43.
United States
Chairman
Alice Walton
44.
United States
CEO
Laura Lang
45.
United States
CEO
Angela Ahrendts
46.
United States
President
Sue Naegle
47.
United States
Comedian/Personality/Philanthropist
Ellen DeGeneres
48.
United States
President/CFO
Safra Catz
49.
United States
Founder and Chair
Laurene Powell Jobs
50.
United States
President/CEO
Rosalind Brewer
 
Country
Profession
Answer
51.
United States
Editor-in-Chief
Anna Wintour
52.
United States
President/CEO
Helene Gayle
53.
United States
Chief International Correspondent
Christiane Amanpour
54.
Spain
Investor/Philanthropist
Rosalia Mera
55.
United States
CEO
Cynthia Carroll
56.
Taiwan
Co-Founder/Chair
Cher Wang
57.
United States
President
Abigail Johnson
58.
United States
Chief Technology and Strategy Officer
Padmasree Warrior
59.
India
Managing Director/CEO
Chanda Kochhar
60.
Australia
CEO
Gail Kelly
61.
United States
FDA Commissioner
Margaret Hamburg
62.
United States
Chairman/CEO
Ellen Kullman
63.
United States
President
Drew Gilpin Faust
64.
Israel
Investor
Shari Arison
65.
United States
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair
Mary Schapiro
66.
United States
Actress/Philanthropist
Angelina Jolie
67.
Italy
Fashion Designer
Miuccia Prada
68.
United States
CEO
Carol Meyrowitz
69.
United States
World Food Programme Executive Director
Ertharin Cousin
70.
Canada
Executive Director
Sue Gardner
71.
Malawi
President
Joyce Band
72.
Indonesia
Managing Director
Sri Muyani Indrawati
73.
United States
Chairman
Bonnie Hammer
74.
Singapore
CEO
Chua Sock Koong
75.
Colombia
Actress/Entrepreneur
Sofia Vergara
76.
Singapore
CEO
Ho Ching
77.
United States
Editor-in-Chief
Tina Brown
78.
United Kingdom
Author
J.K. Rowling
79.
China
Philanthropist
Chan Laiwa
80.
India
Founder/Chair
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
81.
Nigeria
Minister of Finance
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
82.
Liberia
President
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
83.
Brazil
Supermodel
Gisele Bundchen
84.
United States
General Partner
Mary Meeker
85.
Kuwait
CEO
Shaikha Al-Bahar
86.
United States
CEO
Marjorie Scardino
87.
Hong Kong
Foundation Director
Solina Chau
88.
United States
President
Jan Fields
89.
United States
Co-Founder
Weli Dai
90.
United States
President/CEO
Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
91.
China
Chair
Sun Yafang
92.
United Arab Emirates
Minister of Foreign Trade
Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi
93.
Turkey
Chairman/Managing Director
Guler Sabanci
94.
United States
TV Anchor
Greta Van Susteren
95.
United States
CEO
Mary Callahan Erdoes
96.
United States
CEO
Mindy Grossman
97.
United States
Chairman/CEO/President
Patricia Woertz
98.
United States
President
Judith Rodin
99.
United States
Global Vice Chair
Beth Brooke
100.
Qatar
Chair
Sheikha Mayassa Al Thani
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Level 81
Feb 20, 2013
missed Van Sustren on account of spelling.
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Level 72
Dec 19, 2013
Based on Quiz takers' averages so far, I would consider adding some time to this. Like maybe 8 or so minutes additional.