Hillary Clinton has appeared on the distinguished Forbes list every year since its inception in 2004. But now with her second Presidential bid, she comes in at number two right behind German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Michelle Obama lands on the list at number 10 supported by her Let’s Move initiatives and efforts to help military families.
The Queen Bey comes in on the list at number 21. Why so low? Well, she had some stiff competition from Oprah and several CEOs of fortune 500 companies. But she’s number one in our hearts.
The annual Forbes list takes into account a woman’s net-worth, influence, impact and media momentum when determining the lists ranking.
We love that these successful women are getting the recognition they deserve.