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Revealed: Richest Self-Made Women In The United States , 2019 (25 Female Billionaires)

Meg Whitman

Diane Hendricks has emerged as the richest self-made women in the United States, with a fortune considerably larger than Oprah Winfrey, Sheryl Sandberg, and Safra Catz. Diane Hendricks is worth a staggering $7 billion, according to Forbes magazine most recent 2019 list.

Meg Whitman places second in the rankings, with an estimated net worth of $3.8 billion. Whitman is followed by Marian Ilitch (No. 3; $3.7 billion), Judy Faulkner (No. 4; $3.6 billion), and Thai Lee (No. 5; $3 billion).

With an estimated net worth of $1 billion, 22-year-old reality-television star Kylie Jenner is the youngest in the rankings, ranked 23 on the list. Serena Williams is the first athlete to ever make business magazine’s list of richest self-made women in the United States. Forbes defines the term “self-made” as anyone who did not inherit any or all of their fortune.

Among the 80 successful self-made women selected, 25 of them are billionaires. Here are the richest self-made women in the United States, 2019.

RankNameNet Worth
1Diane Hendricks $7 billion
2Meg Whitman $3.8 billion
3Marian Ilitch $3.7 billion
4Judy Faulkner $3.6 billion
5Thai Lee $3 billion
6Judy Love $2.9 billion
7Lynda Resnick $2.8 billion
8Johnelle Hunt $2.7 billion
9Doris Fisher $2.7 billion
10Oprah Winfrey $2.6 billion
11Elaine Wynn $2.4 billion
12Sheryl Sandberg $1.7 billion
13Peggy Cherng $1.7 billion
14Katie Rodan $1.5 billion
15Gail Miller $1.5 billion
16Kathy Fields $1.5 billion
17Jin Sook Chang $1.5 billion
18Jayshree Ullal $1.4 billion
19Eren Ozmen $1.4 billion
20Alice Schwartz $1.3 billion
21Anastasia Soare $1.2 billion
22Safra Catz $1.1 billion
23Neerja Sethi $1 billion
24Kylie Jenner $1 billion
25Sara Blakely $1 billion
26Weili Dai $960 million
27Christel DeHaan $950 million
28Kit Crawford $890 million
29Tory Burch $850 million
30Young Sohn $840 million
31Sheila Johnson $820 million
32Nancy Zimmerman $740 million
33Anne Wojcicki $690 million
34Anne Dinning $680 million
35Marissa Mayer $620 million
36Huda Kattan $610 million
37Rihanna $600 million
38Theresia Gouw $580 million
39Madonna $570 million
40Kendra Scott $550 million
41Mary West $530 million
42Carolyn Rafaelian $520 million
43Victoria Zoellner $500 million
44Susan Wojcicki $490 million
45Vera Wang $460 million
46Celine Dion $450 million
47Judy Sheindlin $440 million
48Jamie Kern Lima $440 million
49Adi Tatarko $430 million
50Donna Karan $430 million
51Barbra Streisand $400 million
52Beyoncé Knowles $400 million
53Nora Roberts $390 million
54Janice Bryant Howroyd $390 million
55Katrina Lake $380 million
56Danielle Steel $375 million
57Therese Tucker $370 million
58Kim Kardashian West $370 million
59Kathleen Hildreth $370 million
60Taylor Swift $360 million
61Neha Narkhede $360 million
62Liz Elting $350 million
63Belinda Johnson $330 million
64Ellen DeGeneres $330 million
65Martine Rothblatt $320 Mmillion
66Pleasant Rowland $310 million
67Jessica Iclisoy $310 million
68Sonia Gardner $310 million
69Lynda Weinman $300 million
70Patricia Miller $300 million
71Ashley Chen $300 million
72Whitney Wolfe Herd $290 million
73Susan Wagner $280 million
74Karissa Bodnar $275 million
75Toni Ko $270 million
76Marcia Page $250 million
77Reese Witherspoon $240 million
78Suzy Batiz $240 million
79Angela Ahrendts $230 million
80Serena Williams $225 million

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Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller is a Senior Economist and Alternate Executive Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He specializes in global finance, labor laws, international banking, public financial management, fiscal policy, and applied microeconomics. In his current role, he oversees the production of special reports, profiles, and lists for the magazine. Prior to this, he was an Advisor to the Editor-in-Chief for one year. Before that, he served as the lead economist for Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama), Europe, and Central Asia in the magazine's news division. Ryan has extensive experience in economic forecasting, surveillance, and providing economic policy advice.

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