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2000 Fortune 50 Most Powerful Women in American Business

n 1998 Fortune Magazine started ranking the 50 most powerful American women in business. Here's the alphabetical list for the year 2000.

  • Oprah Winfrey (born 1953)

    American actress and television personality.

    • 15th Most Powerful Woman, Chairman, Harpo Entertainment Group
  • Carleton (Carly) Fiorina (born 1954)

    American businesswoman

    • Most Powerful Woman in year 2000, Chairman and CEO, Hewlett-Packard
  • Heidi Miller
    • 20th Most Powerful Woman, CFO and SEVP Strategic Planning and Analysis, Priceline.com
  • Mary Meeker
    • 6th Most Powerful Woman, Managing Director and Analyst, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
  • Shelly Lazarus
    • 7th Most Powerful Woman, Chairman and CEO, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide
  • Meg Whitman
    • 3rd Most Powerful Woman, President and CEO, eBay
  • Debby Hopkins
    • 2nd Most Powerful Woman, EVP and CFO, Lucent Technologies
  • Martha Stewart
    • 9th Most Powerful Woman, CEO, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
  • Nancy Peretsman
    • 13th Most Powerful Woman, EVP and Managing Director, Allen & Co.
  • Patricia Dunn
    • 12th Most Powerful Woman, Global CEO, Barclays Global Investors
  • Abby Joseph Cohen (born 1952)
    • 8th Most Powerful Woman, Chief Market Strategist, Goldman Sachs
  • Ann Livermore
    • 11th Most Powerful Woman, President, Business Customer Organization, Hewlett-Packard
  • Andrea Jung
    • 10th Most Powerful Woman, CEO, Avon Products
  • Sherry Lansing
    • 17th Most Powerful Woman, Chairman, Motion Pictures Group, Paramount Pictures
  • Karen Katen
    • 14th Most Powerful Woman, President, U.S. Pharmaceuticals Group Pfizer
  • Judy McGrath
    • 16th Most Powerful Woman, CEO and Chairman, MTV Group
  • Lois Juliber
    • 19th Most Powerful Woman, EVP and COO, Colgate-Palmolive
  • Judith Estrin
    • 42nd Most Powerful Woman, CEO, Packet Design
  • Cathleen "Cathie" Black
    • 28th Most Powerful Woman, President, Hearst Magazines
  • Linda Sanford
    • 24th Most Powerful Woman, SVP and Group Executive, Storage Systems, IBM
  • Ann Moore
    • 21st Most Powerful Woman, President, People Magazine Group, Time Inc.
  • Judy Lewent
    • 22nd Most Powerful Woman, SVP and CFO, Merck
  • Dina Dublon
    • 30th Most Powerful Woman, CFO , Chase Manhattan
  • Patricia Woertz
    • 39th Most Powerful Woman, President, Chevron Products, Chevron
  • Carolyn Ticknor
    • 37th Most Powerful Woman, President, Imaging and Printing Systems, Hewlett-Packard
  • Dawn Lepore
    • 25th Most Powerful Woman, Vice Chairman and CIO , Charles Schwab
  • Jeannine Rivet
    • 40th Most Powerful Woman, CEO , UnitedHealthcare
  • Jamie Gorelick
    • 46th Most Powerful Woman, Vice Chairman, Fannie Mae
  • Jan Brandt
    • 29th Most Powerful WOman, President of Marketing , AOL
  • Jeanne Jackson
    • 32nd Most Powerful Woman, CEO, Walmart.com
  • Marion Sandler
    • 44th Most Powerful Woman, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Golden West Financial
  • Orit Gadiesh
    • 47th Most Powerful Woman, Chairman, Bain & Co.
  • Betty Cohen

    American businesswoman

    • 50th Most Powerful Woman, President , Cartoon Network
  • Safra Catz

    American businesswoman

    • 49th Most Powerful Woman, EVP, Oracle
  • Vanessa Castagna

    Businesswoman

    • 48th Most Powerful Woman, EVP and COO, Stores, J.C. Penney
  • Vivian Banta

    Businesswoman

    • 45th Most Powerful Woman, CEO, Individual Financial Services, Prudential
  • Indra Nooyi

    Businesswoman

    • 43rd Most Powerful Woman, SVP and CFO , PepsiCo
  • Linnet Deily

    Businesswoman

    • 41st Most Powerful Woman, Vice Chairman and President, Retail , Charles Schwab
  • Marge Magner

    Businesswoman

    • 38th Most Powerful Woman, SEVP and CAO, Global Consumer Group, Citigroup
  • Sue Bostrom

    Businesswoman

    • 36th Most Powerful Woman, SVP, Internet Business Solutions Group , Cisco
  • Patricia Sueltz

    Businesswoman

    • 35th Most Powerful Woman, EVP, Software Systems, Sun Microsystems
  • Cristina Morgan

    Businesswoman

    • 34th Most Powerful Woman, Co-Director , Investment Banking, Chase H & Q
  • Amy Brinkley

    Businesswoman

    • 33rd Most Powerful Woman, President , Bank of America
  • Stacey Snider
    • 31st Most Powerful Woman, Chairman , Universal Pictures
  • Gail McGovern
    • 27th Most Powerful Woman, President , Personal Investments, Fidelity Investments
  • Pat House
    • 26th Most Powerful Woman, EVP , Siebel Systems
  • Betsy Holden
    • 23rd Most Powerful Woman, President and CEO, Kraft Foods
  • Anne Mulcahy
    • 18th Most Powerful Woman, President and COO, Xerox
  • Ellen Hancock
    • 5th Most Powerful Woman, Chairman and CEO, Exodus Communications
  • Donna Dubinsky
    • 4th Most Powerful Woman, President and CEO, Handspring

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