15. Kaci Kullmann Five
No. 86. Kaci Kullman Five, age 64
Chair, Norwegian Nobel Committee, Norway
Five was appointed to chair of the Norwegian Nobel Committee in March 2015. Formerly a leader of Norway’s conservative party, her selection echoes the parliament’s center-right majority.
16. Shobhana Bhartia
No. 93. Shobhana Bhartia, age 58
Chair, HT Media, India
Bhartia inherited and transformed her father’s business, HT Media, into a company that publishes several papers, including India’s second most read daily Hindustan Times, runs radio stations and websites and promotes education.
17. Raja Al Gurg
No 97. Raja Easa Al Gurg, age 60
Managing Director, Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group, U.A.E.
Managing Director Al Gurg is credited with the expansion recent expansion of ESAG. A renowned businesswoman, she took the top spot on FORBES’ Middle East’s Most Powerful Arab Women list in 2014.
18. Jenny Lee
No. 98. Jenny Lee, age 43
Managing Partner, GGV Capital, Singapore
The first woman to break the top 10 on FORBES’ 2015 Midas List, GGV Capital Managing Partner Lee established the firm’s Shanghai office in 2005and has been spearheading successful tech investment deals since.
19. Lee Boo-Jin
No. 100. Lee Boo-Jin, age 44
President, Cheil Industries, South Korea
Lee Boo-Jin ranks 13th on FORBES’ Korea’s 50 Richest list, with a net work of $2.2 billion. The eldest daughter of Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-Hee, who has been in a coma since May 2014, she is poised to rise to her father’s position.
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