Fortune’s list of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” has been released. As we may expect, there aren’t a lot of women of color on the list, but three made the cut.
CEO & Chairman of Xerox Ursula Burns, Sam’s Club CEO & President Rosalind Brewer and Creator and Executive Producer Shonda Rhimes of the hit television series Scandal & Grey’s Anatomy made the list.
Burns ranked 13 on the list, Brewer came in at 15 and Rhimes made the list at No. 50. Their net worth or salary information was not provided. The publication also recently released their list of the 50 most powerful international women, which did not feature any black women.
Burns made history when she became the first black female Fortune 500 CEO of Xerox in 2009.
View Fortune’s full list here.
Congratulations to Shonda Rhimes, Rosalind Brewer and Ursula Burns on their achievements!
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