Forbes announced their World's 100 Most Powerful women for 2020. The list included some well-known women as well as some that were not so well-known.
Since 2004, Forbes has compiled a list of the 100 most powerful women in the world. The categories include: Business, Finance, Media & Entertainment, Philanthropy, Politics & Policy, and Technology.
Here are a few who made the list (click on their names to find out more)
Mary Barra - # 6, CEO of General Motors (Business)
Ana Patricia Botin - #8, Executive Chairman, Santander (Finance)
Oprah Winfrey - #20, Entrepreneur, Personality Philanthropist (Media & Entertainment)
Melinda Gates - #5, Co-Chair, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (Philanthropy)
Angela Merkel - #1, Chancellor, Germany (Politics and Policy)
Susan Wojcicki - #13, CEO YouTube (Technology)
And of course I'd be remiss if I didn't include our Vice-President Elect at #3 Kamala Harris.