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Meet The 10 Richest Women In The United States, 2021

With a net worth of roughly US$65.4 billion, Alice Walton is the richest woman in the United States, followed by MacKenzie Scott (No. 2, US$57 billion), Julia Koch (No. 3, US$47.2 billion); and Miriam Adelson (No. 4, US$35.6 billion).

Jacqueline Mars is the fifth richest woman in the United States, with US$31.6 billion. Abigail Johnson ranked 6th with a personal wealth of US$21.4 billion, followed by Laurene Powell Jobs with US$19.3 billion. Blair Parry-Okeden is placed 8th with a net worth of US$9.3 billion. Ann Walton Kroenke (US$8.9 billion) occupied the 9th position on the top 10 richest women in the United States list, followed by Diane Hendricks (No. 10, US$8.2 billion).

Top 10 Richest Women In The United States, 2021

  1. Alice Walton: US$65.4 billion
  2. MacKenzie Scott: US$57 billion
  3. Julia Koch: US$47.2 billion
  4. Miriam Adelson: US$35.6 billion
  5. Jacqueline Mars: US$31.6 billion
  6. Abigail Johnson: US$21.4 billion
  7. Laurene Powell Jobs: US$19.3 billion
  8. Blair Parry-Okeden: US$9.3 billion
  9. Ann Walton Kroenke: US$8.9 billion
  10. Diane Hendricks: US$8.2 billion

Laurene Powell Jobs met her late husband, Apple founder Steve Jobs, after he gave a guest lecture at Stanford University while she was an MBA student there. When he died in 2011, Powell Jobs inherited billions of dollars in stock in both Apple and Disney.

Anna Papadopoulos
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