Women, women everywhere! Yes, they have some in the world’s billionaires listing too. The rarer sex has made her mark in every field and the world is actually recognizing them with all their efforts. If you thought that Oprah Winfrey was the only women billionaire in the world, you were absolutely wrong! There are many others, much younger and more promising. All these women are an inspiration to everyone, not because of their age but because of all that they have achieved in such a short time. Scroll down to have a look at the 10 most dynamic female billionaires from all over the world.
Serra Sabanci is the daughter of Ozdemir Sabanci and the niece of Sevket Sabanci. She is the board member of all the companies that fall under the Sabanci Holding. She played a major role in getting the market prices of her brand, Akbank, to a considerable hike over the past years. At a mere age of 37, she is worth about a $1.3 billion. But as they say, money doesn’t come easy, Serra’s father was assassinated in 1996, after which she started taking part in the family business.
Yang Huiyan is the richest woman of China and one of the richest in the world. Graduate from Ohio State University, Huiyan holds a whopping 70 percent of shares in the real estate company, Country Gardens, founded by her father. The company has around 110 projects which include 29 hotels and many other lands in Malaysia and China. Yang Huiyan’s net worth is estimated around $5.1 billion at the age of 31.
Sara Blakely’s story of becoming a billionaire is truly fascinating. With just an investment of $5000, Sara has moved on to be the youngest self-made billionaire with an estimated wealth of $1billion at the age of 47. She is the owner of the undergarments brand known as Spanx. Born as a Jewish she also works as a stand-up comedian from time to time.
Widow of Steve Jobs, Lauren has inherited all the wealth making her a worth of $11.7billion. She is the highest stakeholder in both of Steve Jobs companies, The Walt Disney and Apple. She owns a whopping 7.3 percent of shares in Disney. Along with her three children, Lauren certainly deserves to be on this list.
With 280 restaurants in five states, Lynsi Torres, the president of the prominent In-And-Out burger chain is listed as one of the youngest billionaires in America. At a mere age of 31, she has a net worth of $1.1billion. The burger chain started by her grandparents continued by her father was handed over to her in the past few years. Lynsi has no college degree, but who needs one?
She is the richest woman in France. Delphine Arnault has a net worth of $2billion at the age of 38. She is the daughter Bernard Arnault and has worked for McKinsey before joining Louis Vuitton. After her father, she owns the highest number of shares in the company. Her share profits are 7.5 percent. Though she is listed as the HR manager in LV but has made her contributions in developing products like Dior Perfumes. Delphine is a pure inspiration to women all around the world!
Born in Milan, Tamara Ecclestone is the daughter of Formula One Racing legend, Bernie Ecclestone. She is a multi-tasking billionaire. Tamara hosts shows like F1 races on television, she is also a professional model for the lingerie brand, Ultimo. At the age of 29, Ecclestone has a total fortune of $3.9 billion.
Now this is what we call royalty, Charlotte Casiraghi is in the line to the throne of Monaco. She did her philosophy degree from Sorbonne University. Casiraghi is also the face of the international brand, Gucci. She is even a journalist working for Above Magazine. This princess of Monaco is aged 27 and is worth around $5.7billion.
She is the billionaire who has reached this status by doing the most important thing in this world, money management. Yes, Abigail Johnson is the president of Fidelity Financial Services, which guide people on their investments and benefits. Johnson is the most powerful woman in the department of finance. Her age is 51 and her estimated net worth is $12.7billion.
She can be called as the dairy queen of France. Marie Besnier Beauvalot, inherited the Lactalis company along with her siblings Emmanuel and Jean-Michel. Lactalis is the biggest diary company in France with a wide variety of products like cheese, milk and yogurts. Marie’s worth a $1.5billion at the age of 32.