The definitive list of women CEOs in the Fortune 500. Last updated on May 13, 2016.

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GM's CEO Mary Barra.Photograph by Daniel Roland — AFP/Getty Images

1. Mary Barra

Company: General Motors (gm)
Fortune 500 Rank: 6

Romney-Otter Endorsement
Photograph by Kyle Green — AP

2. Meg Whitman

Company: HP (hp)
Fortune 500 Rank: 19

Key Participants At Fortune's Annual Most Powerful Women Event
Ginni Rometty, CEO and president of IBMPhotograph by Patrick T. Fallon—Bloomberg via Getty Images

3. Virginia M. Rometty

Company: IBM (ibm)
Fortune 500 Rank: 24

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi Sits Down With LinkedIn Executive Editor Dan Roth
Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo Indra Nooyi poses for a photo when she visits to sit down with LinkedIn Executive Editor Dan Roth at LinkedIn on October 14, 2016 in New York City. Monica Schipper—Getty Images

4. Indra K. Nooyi

Company: Pepsico (pep)
Fortune 500 Rank: 44

Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit 2015
October 13th, 2015. Washington, D.C., USA Fortune Most Powerful Women 2015 Summit 10:35 am CONVERSATION Marillyn Hewson, Chairman, President, and CEO, Lockheed Martin Interviewer: Jennifer Reingold, FortunePhotograph by Danuta Otfinowski — Fortune Most Powerful Women

5. Marillyn A. Hewson

Company: Lockheed Martin (lmt)
Fortune 500 Rank: 64

Oracle OpenWorld Conference
Safra Catz, co-CEO of Oracle Photograph by Avelar—Bloomberg via Getty Images

6. Safra Catz

Company: Oracle (orcl)
Fortune 500 Rank: 81

Irene B. Rosenfeld
*Ms. Rosenfeld is now Chairman and CEO of Mondelez International.
Irene B. Rosenfeld *Ms. Rosenfeld is now Chairman and CEO of Mondelez International.Photo: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg/Getty

7. Irene B. Rosenfeld

Company: Mondelez International (mdlz)
Fortune 500 Rank: 91

Kathy Almand

8. Phebe N. Novakovic

Company: General Dynamics (gd)
Fortune 500 Rank: 100

Fortune Most Powerful Women 2014
Photograph by Krista Kennell — Fortune MPW

9. Lynn Good

Company: Duke Energy (duk)
Fortune 500 Rank: 116

Ursula Burns
Burns speaks at the Eighth Annual John Wooden Global Leadership Award Dinner at the Beverly Wilshire hotel on October 6, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Matt Sayles — Invision for UCLA Anderson

10. Ursula M. Burns

Company: Xerox (xrx)
Fortune 500 Rank: 143

Guardian Insurance CEO Deanna Mulligan. NYC first lady
Guardian Insurance CEO Deanna Mulligan. NYC first lady Chirlane McCray joined business, civic & fashion leaders for a press conference in the Time Warner center dedicated to outlining strategies for greater & more productive youth employment. Photograph by Andy Katz—Pacific Press LightRocket via Getty Images

11. Deanna M. Mulligan

Company: Guardian Life Insurance of America
Fortune 500 Rank: 254

Ross's 60%-Off Nikes Set to Overtake Gap With Thrifty Customers
Pedestrians pass in front of a Ross Stores Inc. location in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011. Ross Stores Inc. is gaining on rivals like Gap Inc. as its 60 percent discounts on Calvin Klein shirts and Nike sneakers win customers seeking bargains amid a slowing economy. Photographer: Noah Berger/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesPhotograph by Noah Berger — Bloomberg via Getty Images

12. Barbara Rentler

Company: Ross Stores (rost)
Fortune 500 Rank: 269

Courtesy Sempra

13. Debra L. Reed

Company: Sempra Energy (sre)
Fortune 500 Rank: 270

Baylor Magazine - Meritorious Achievement Award winner (MAA) Ð Kimberly Lubel Ð CEO of CST Brands, INC. - Medal of Service for Contributions to the Professions (Business Leadership) - portrait Ð 07/27/2016
Photo courtesy of Baylor University Marketing and Communications

14. Kimberly Lubel

Company: CST Brands
Fortune 500 Rank: 277

Avon Products Inc. Chief Executive Officer Sherilyn McCoy Interview
Sherilyn McCoy, chief executive officer of AvonPhotograph by Nichael Nagle — Bloomberg via Getty Images

15. Sherilyn McCoy

Company: Avon (avp)
Fortune 500 Rank: 322

Photograph by Wesley Mann for Fortune

16. Susan Cameron

Company: Reynolds American (rai)
Fortune 500 Rank: 337

Denise Morrison
Denise Morrison, CEO and president of Campbell Soup CompanyPhotograph by Mel Evans — AP

17. Denise M. Morrison

Company: Campbell Soup (cpb)
Fortune 500 Rank: 342

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18. Kathleen M. Mazzarella

Company: Graybar Electric
Fortune 500 Rank: 445

<h1>Ilene Gordon</h1>
Under Gordon, who became CEO in 2009, the 107-year-old ingredients maker has become a highflier: This year Ingredion was one of the oldest companies to land on Fortune's <a href="http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fastest-growing/index.html" title="">Fastest-Growing Companies</a> list. Its profit climbed a whopping 81% on average the past three years.

Ilene Gordon

Under Gordon, who became CEO in 2009, the 107-year-old ingredients maker has become a highflier: This year Ingredion was one of the oldest companies to land on Fortune's Fastest-Growing Companies list. Its profit climbed a whopping 81% on average the past three years.
Courtesy: Ingredion

19. Ilene S. Gordon

Company: Ingredion (ingr)
Fortune 500 Rank: 462

Lisa Su
Lisa SuCourtesy AMD

20. Lisa Su

Company: Advanced Micro Devices
Fortune 500 Rank: 480

Jacqueline Hinman, the Chairwoman and CEO of engineering giant CH2M, discusses the challenge of water for urban development.
Jacqueline Hinman, the Chairwoman and CEO of engineering giant CH2M, discusses the challenge of water for urban development.Photograph by Stuart Isett for Fortune Global Forum

21. Jacqueline Hinman

Company: CH2M Hill
Fortune 500 Rank: 480

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