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5 inspirational businesswomen you may not know about

by The 100 Companies

Today, and throughout Women’s History Month, we celebrate women by shining a spotlight on inspirational leaders:

Rea Ann Silva (Beautyblender) – revolutionized the makeup industry

Ursula Burns (Xerox and VEON) – the first African American woman to become CEO of a Forbes 500 company

Diane Hendricks (ABC Supply) – first on Forbes America’s 2022 Richest Self-Made Women list

Judy Faulkner (Epic Systems) – dubbed as the most powerful woman in health care

Sara Blakely (Spanx) – Forbes’ youngest female self-made billionaire in 2012

Read more about the stories of these successful women who have left an important mark on the business world at c2-com.com.

– Cyndee Woolley, APR, C2 Communications

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