2. Ruth Porat
No. 32. Ruth Porat, age 57
CFO, Google, U.S.
Formerly the CFO of Morgan Stanley, where she was regarded as Wall Street’s most powerful woman, Porat headed to Silicon Valley in May 2015 as Google’s newly-appointed CFO.
3. Loretta Lynch
No. 34. Loretta Lynch, age 55
U.S. Attorney General, U.S.
In April 2015, Lynch made U.S. history by becoming the first female African-American sworn in as attorney general. Her appointment by Senate vote came five months after President Obama tapped her in November 2014.
4. Federica Mogherini
No. 36. Federica Mogherini, age 41
Foreign Policy Chief, European Union, Italy
After serving as Italy’s youngest-ever foreign minister for just nine months, Mogherini embarked on her five-year term as EU foreign policy chief in November 2014.
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