Top 65 Women Business Influencers
Featuring the brightest and most innovative Women Business Influencers today.
Our content team spent an entire month to create the list. We used a metric called True Reach, devised by Klear, to determine on average, how many people view a single post across all social media platforms. While that was our guiding metric, we also included overall influencer rating, total audience size, and engagement score, to paint a full picture of each of our influencers. We hope you find this document useful, and take heed to some of the messages that our influencers have taken to heart themselves.
Top 5 Women Business Influencers
Martha Debayle is the founder and president of the Media Marketing Knowledge (MMK) Group, a multimedia company that generates content for women and young parents as well as strategic media campaigns for our clients. Entrepreneur. Radio and TV host. She is also the founder of bbmundo. The MMK Group currently holds bbmundo.com, bbmundo “the magazine”, thebeautyeffect,com, best beauty blog of 2012, and marthadebayle.com
Arianna Huffington is the founder and CEO of Thrive Global. She is also the founder of The Huffington Post, and for almost 11 years she is the president and editor of The Huffington Post Media Group. Arianna is a mother, sister, a at-shoe advocate and a sleep evangelist. Author of 15 books, including international bestsellers Thrive and The Sleep Revolution. Serves on numerous boards, including Uber and The Center for Public Integrity
Lori Greiner is an inventor, entrepreneur, best-selling Author & a Shark on ABC’s SharkTank show. She holds 120 U.S. and international patents. She has more than 500 products, which are featured in her Clever and Unique Creations Show on @QVC and in top magazines such as The Oprah Magazine and InStyle. Her first book, “Invent It, Sell It, Bank It”, is a national best seller, one of top 10 Amazon’s business books in 2014. She is a sought after inspiring speaker
Melinda Gates is the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Prior to her marriage with Bill Gates, she works at Microsoft Corp. in the area of developing multimedia products. After demonstrating her leadership, she was appointed General Manager of Information Products. Melinda grew up in Dallas, Texas. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in computer science and economics from Duke University in 1986. She finished her master’s in business administration from the Fuqua School of Business in 1987. In 1996, she left Microsoft to prioritize her family and philanthropic activities.
Marissa Mayer served as president & CEO of Yahoo! for five years. She announced her resignation last June 2017. Prior to Yahoo!, she started work at Google as software engineer and rose to be its VP for Local, Maps and Location services in 2010 for almost 2 years. She obtained her BS in Symbolic Systems and MS in Computer Science from Stanford University.
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