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[IWS] Catalyst: WOMEN CEOs of the FORTUNE 1000 [13 October 2011]

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Women CEOs of the Fortune 1000 [13 October 2011]



Women currently hold 3.0 percent of  Fortune 500 CEO roles and 3.4 percent of Fortune 1000 roles.

Fortune 1-500 (15 CEOs) 

·         Meg Whitman, HP (#11)

·         Patricia A. Woertz, Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) (#39)

·         Angela F. Braly, WellPoint, Inc. (#42)

·         Indra K. Nooyi, PepsiCo, Inc. (#43)

·         Irene B. Rosenfeld, Kraft Foods Inc. (#49)

·         Lynn Laverty Elsenhans, Sunoco (#68)

·         Ellen J. Kullman, DuPont (#84)

·         Carol M. Meyrowitz, The TJX Companies, Inc. (#119)

·         Ursula M. Burns, Xerox Corporation (#121)

·         Andrea Jung, Avon Products Inc. (#226)

·         Deanna M. Mulligan, Guardian (#245)

·         Debra L. Reed, Sempra Energy (#274)

·         Denise M. Morrison, Campbell Soup (#312)

·         Gracia C. Martore, Gannett (#415)

·         Beth E. Mooney, KeyCorp (#417) 

Fortune 501-1000 (19 CEOs) 

·         Ilene Gordon, Corn Products International (#502)

·         Mary Agnes (Maggie) Wilderotter, Frontier Communications (#558)

·         Karen W. Katz, The Neiman Marcus Group Inc. (#567)

·         Laura J. Alber, Williams-Sonoma (#594)

·         Kimberly Harris, Puget Sound Energy (#644)

·         Mindy F. Grossman, HSN (#670)

·         Amy Miles, Regal Entertainment (#691)

·         Constance H. Lau, Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc. (#717)

·         Janet L. Robinson, The New York Times Company (#774)

·         Tamara L. Lundgren, Schnitzer Steel Industries (#793)

·         Cindy B. Taylor, Oil States International Inc. (#797)

·         Linda A. Lang, Jack in the Box Inc. (#799)

·         Catherine Burzik, Kinetic Concepts (#867)

·         Patti S. Hart, International Game Technology (#878)

·         Kay Krill, ANN Inc. (#883)

·         Sara Mathew, Dun & Bradstreet Inc. (#980)

·         Jane Elfers, The Children's Place Retail Stores (#982)

·         Patricia Vincent-Collawn, PNM Resources (#983)

·         Judy R. McReynolds, Arkansas Best Corp. (#989)

This list was last updated October 13, 2011.



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