Meet The 19 Newcomers On Forbes List Of The World’s Most Powerful Women In 2015
12. Dana Walden
No. 74. Dana Walden, age 49
CEO, Fox Television Group, U.S.
In July 2014, Walden, the CEO of 20th Century Fox, extended her job description to include overseeing Fox Broadcasting. In her new role as CEO of Fox Television Group, she will work jointly with long-time business partner Gary Newman.
13. Katharine Viner
No. 80. Katharine Viner, age 44
Editor-in-Chief, The Guardian, U.K.
In March 2015, Viner was named the first female editor-in-chief of the Guardian. She joined the news organization in 1997 and previously led the Guardian’s U.S. edition.
14. Fabiola Gianotti
No. 83. Fabiola Gianotti, age 52
Director-General, CERN, Italy
The Italian physicist credited with the “God particle” discovery was named director general of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in November 2014. Gianotti, who will be the first female director, is set to take over in 2016.
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