America’s Top Businesswomen

1. Kerry Washington: Actress Kerry Washington launched her film company, Simpson Street, a few years back. 

2. Margot Robbie: Margot Robbie, star of the Suicide Squad movies, along with Sophia Kerr, founded LuckyChap Entertainment.

3. Alicia Vikander: Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander decided to add yet another hyphenate to her very impressive resume. 

4. Bonnie Hammer: Prior to being the Vice President of Original Programming at the Sci-Fi Channel, Hammer is now the current Chairman.

5. Natalie Portman: Natalie Portman named her production company, handsomecharlie Films, after her late dog. 

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6. Bridget van Kralingen: Bridget van Kralingen rose to her leadership position at IBM after toiling away for 14 years at Deloitte.

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7. Salma Hayek: Actress Salma Hayek founded Ventanarosa, a production company, in 1999. 

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8. Safra Catz: Safra Catz, Co-CEO of Oracle Corp, tasked with overseeing finance, manufacturing, and legal operations.

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9. Deanna Mulligan: Guardian, is a company led by one fierce female CEO, Deanna Mulligan. 

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10. Drew Barrymore: Drew Barrymore is an actress and successful businesswoman, and she has managed to rack up quite a net worth.

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11. Heather Bresch: Heather Bresch has been breaking down boundaries her whole career. 

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12. Sheryl Sandberg: Sheryl Sandberg started out in the tech world, where women are scarce, especially at the top.

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13. Elizabeth Banks: Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman founded their own production company, Brownstone Productions. 

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