Keep your eye on these 9 powerful women in business in the years ahead

October 5, 2022, 10:30 AM UTC
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What will the MPW list of the future look like? Here are some of the names we expect to see a lot more of in the coming years.

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Christine Beauchamp

SVP, North America Stores, Amazon
Overseeing all products sold in North America, she joined Amazon’s high-profile S-Team in 2019.

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Sarah Bond

Corporate VP, Xbox, Microsoft
Bond was key in the tech giant’s efforts to acquire Activision Blizzard for $69 billion —its biggest deal ever.

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Meena Flynn

Cohead, Global Private Wealth Management, Goldman Sachs
PWM had record revenue in 2021, Flynn’s first year co-running the business.

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Carla Kriwet

Incoming CEO, Fresenius Medical Care
The former home appliance exec will take the top job at this $21 billion German health firm in January.

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Susan Li

Incoming CFO, Meta
When the 36-year-old takes on her new role in November, she’ll be the youngest CFO among the top 25 S&P companies.

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Kathleen McCarthy

Global Cohead, Blackstone Real Estate
She’s been called “the phenom behind Blackstone’s real estate machine.”

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Jill McDonald

EVP, President, Intl. Operated Markets, McDonald’s
Her $12 billion piece of the international business is the company’s biggest segment.

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Sarah Mensah

VP, GM, North America, Nike
In fiscal year 2022, she brought in a record $18.4 billion in revenue in the retailer’s largest geographical division.

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Falguni Nayar

CEO, Nykaa
With the 2021 IPO of her beauty business, at a $13 billion valuation, she became the first Indian woman to take a unicorn public.

A version of this article appears in the October/November 2022 issue of Fortune.

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