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May 31, 2008, 12:36 AM UTC
About This Author
Patricia Sellers, Editor at Large, Fortune and Co-chair, Fortune Most Powerful Women SummitPattie Sellers has written some of Fortune’s most talked-about cover stories, including “Oprah’s Next Act,” “Can Meg Whitman Save California?” “The $100 Billion Woman” (Melinda Gates), “MySpace Cowboys,” Martha Stewart (“I cannot be destroyed“), Ted Turner (“Gone with the Wind“) and Oprah Winfrey (“Oprah Inc.“). Since its launch in 1998, Pattie has helped oversee Fortune‘s “Most Powerful Women” cover package.
A specialist at dissecting larger-than-life personalities, she has also profiled former U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, Morgan Stanley chairman John Mack, and countless CEOs.
Pattie co-chairs the annual Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, the preeminent gathering of women leaders in business, philanthropy, government, academia, and the arts. She started at Fortune in 1984, covering the big brand companies.
In Pattie’s blog, Postcards, she provides insight into the lives of super-achievers through commentary, career advice, and Guest Posts by CEOs and other leaders.

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The Fortune/U.S. State Department Global Women Leaders Mentoring Partnership brings rising-star women from countries around the world to the U.S. for three-week mentorships with participants of the annual Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit – among them Ursula Burns of Xerox, Laura Lang of Time Inc., Marissa Mayer of Yahoo, and Tory Burch.”