What will the Most Powerful Women list of the future look like? Here are some of the names we expect to see a lot more of in the coming years.
The first Black woman to run a self-driving–car company had a big 2020: She sold the startup to Amazon and unveiled an electric robotaxi.
CEO, Baby, Feminine, and Family Care, P&G
The former MPW international lister, who runs a $19 billion operation, moved to the U.S.
President, CVS Pharmacy, EVP, CVS Health
With a P&L of about $90 billion, her CVS business is bigger than that of many Fortune 500s.
Chief Content and Ad Business Officer, Spotify
The longtime TV exec is driving Spotify’s massive bets on podcasts and other audio content.
After serving as interim head of TikTok until April, Pappas is settling into her role as COO and U.S.-based face of the booming platform.
Poppe joined in January with a challenging task ahead: Can she bring the eternally troubled utility back to the light?
Global Head of Investment Banking Services, Goldman Sachs
The first woman to hold the title, she recently added a top client services role to her CV.
The former Facebook app head aims to help the hot grocery-delivery startup fight off its post-pandemic slump (see story in this issue).
CFO, Morgan Stanley
After chief of staff to CEO James Gorman and then head of investor relations, her latest move is into the C-suite.
This article appears in the October/November 2021 issue of Fortune with the headline, “Ones to watch.”
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