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Top 55 Richest Women in America 2018

Top 55 Richest Women in America 2018. America’s 400 richest people list for 2018 published and 55 women managed to make the place in the list. Walmart’s Alice Walton top the list with $44.9 billion, followed by Jacqueline Mars with a net worth of 24 Billion.

1. Alice Walton

She is the only daughter of Walmart’s founder Sam Walton. She’s concentrated on curating art, instead of working interesting for Walmart including her siblings, Rob and Jim. Back in 2011, she opened the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in her hometown. Crystal Bridges features works from the likes of Andy Warhol, Norman Rockwell, and Mark Rothko. Her private art collection is valued at the hundreds of millions of dollars.

2. Jacqueline Mars

She possesses an estimated one-third of Mars, the world’s largest candy maker. Mars was founded by Jacqueline’s grandfather, Frank, back in 1911. A renowned philanthropist, she serves on six boards such as in the Smithsonian and the National Archives. Her brother John owns one-third of Mars, as did her brother Forrest Jr., before his departure in July 2016. She worked for the firm for almost 20 years and served on the board before 2016.

3. Laurene Powell Jobs

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Laurene Powell is the widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. She also founded and chairs the Emerson Collective, a company which uses entrepreneurship to progress social reform and to helps needy students. She established Emerson Collective’s associated Foundation during the next half of 2016 using a present of $1.2 billion, much of it in Disney shares. In July 2017, she purchased a vast majority stake in The Atlantic magazine and site for an undisclosed cost. Powell Jobs has made a $100 million commitment to”XQ: The Super School Project,” a nationwide contest to redevelop high school program.

4. Abigail Johnson

Abigail Johnson’s grandfather, Edward Johnson II, founded mutual fund giant Fidelity Investments in 1946. She has served as CEO since 2014 when she took over for her dad Edward”Ned” Johnson III, and as chairman since 2016. She possesses an estimated 24.5% stake of the company, which has almost $2.5 trillion in managed assets. Her two sisters, Elizabeth and Edward IV, own estimated stakes of just more than 5 percent of Fidelity. Abigail worked tirelessly at Fidelity through faculty and combined fulltime as an analyst in 1988 after getting a Harvard M.B.A.

5. Blair Parry-Okeden

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Blair Parry-Okeden inherited a 25% stake in Cox Enterprises in 2007 when her Mum, Barbara Cox Anthony, Expired. Cox Enterprises is a $20.1 billion (revenue ) automotive and media firm based in Atlanta; it possesses cable TV company Cox Communications. Blair’s brother, Jim Kennedy, is the organization’s chairman. Her grandfather, James M. Cox, founded the firm in 1898 with the purchase of Dayton’s Evening News newspaper.

55 Richest Women in America

Here is the complete list of wealthiest women in the United States. The net worth and source of income also described in the list.

1 Alice Walton $44.9 B Walmart
2 Jacqueline Mars $24 B candy, pet food
3 Laurene Powell Jobs & family $20.5 B Apple, Disney
4 Abigail Johnson $17.3 B money management
5 Blair Parry-Okeden $9.3 B media, automotive
6 Pauline MacMillan Keinath $7.8 B Cargill
7 Christy Walton $7.2 B Walmart
8 Diane Hendricks $6.8 B roofing
9 Ann Walton Kroenke $6.5 B Walmart
10 Dannine Avara $6.2 B pipelines
11 Milane Frantz $6.2 B pipelines
12 Katharine Rayner $6.2 B media, automotive
13 Margaretta Taylor $6.2 B media, automotive
14 Randa Williams $6.2 B pipelines
15 Marijke Mars $6 B candy, pet food
16 Pamela Mars $6 B candy, pet food
17 Valerie Mars $6 B candy, pet food
18 Victoria Mars $6 B candy, pet food
19 Nancy Walton Laurie $5.7 B Walmart
20 Ronda Stryker $5.6 B medical equipment
21 Martha Ingram & family $5.5 B book distribution, transportation
22 Karen Pritzker $5.1 B hotels, investments
23 Gwendolyn Sontheim Meyer $4.9 B Cargill
24 Tamara Gustavson $4.6 B self-storage
25 Dagmar Dolby & family $4.5 B Dolby Laboratories
26 Marianne Liebmann $4.5 B Cargill
27 Marian Ilitch $4 B Little Caesars
28 Elizabeth Johnson $3.9 B money management
29 Judy Faulkner $3.5 B health IT
30 Helen Johnson-Leipold $3.5 B cleaning products
31 Winifred Johnson-Marquart $3.5 B cleaning products
32 Jane Goldman $3.3 B real estate
33 Amy Goldman Fowler $3.3 B real estate
34 Diane Kemper $3.3 B real estate
35 Lynn Schusterman $3.3 B oil & gas, investments
36 Meg Whitman $3.3 B eBay
37 Jean (Gigi) Pritzker $3.2 B hotels, investments
38 Johnelle Hunt $3.1 B trucking
39 Mary Alice Dorrance Malone $3.1 B Campbell Soup
40 Lynsi Snyder $3 B In-N-Out Burger
41 Jane Lauder $2.9 B cosmetics
42 Gayle Benson $2.8 B pro sports teams
43 Oprah Winfrey $2.8 B TV shows
44 Doris Fisher $2.7 B Gap
45 Penny Pritzker $2.7 B hotels, investments
46 Anita Zucker $2.6 B chemicals
47 Denise York $2.5 B San Francisco 49ers
48 Thai Lee $2.3 B IT provider
49 Pat Stryker $2.3 B medical equipment
50 Aerin Lauder $2.2 B cosmetics
51 Elaine Wynn $2.2 B casinos, hotels
52 Alexandra Daitch $2.1 B Cargill
53 Sarah MacMillan $2.1 B Cargill
54 Lucy Stitzer $2.1 B Cargill
55 Katherine Tanner $2.1 B Cargill

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