75 Most Powerful Women In Business

From technology to finance, these professionals are changing global business

Rosalind-Brewer---WalmartRosalind G. Brewer
Division President
Southeast Operations
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Brewer was promoted to her post in 2007 and is currently responsible for managing sales and operation plans, including strategic growth opportunities for 800 stores and 250,000 associates.

Julia_Brown-PHOTOJulia Brown
SVP
Procurement
Kraft Foods

With responsibilities that include the global procurement of all goods and services for the $42 billion food and beverage company, Brown oversees the supply chain for dozens of household brands, including Oscar Mayer, Crystal Light, Jell-O, Maxwell House, Nabisco, Oreo, and Kool-Aid.

GlynisBryan_012809Glynis A. Bryan
CFO
Insight Enterprises Inc.

Bryan, one of BE’s 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America, manages financial strategy for the $4.8 billion global information technology hardware, software, and services company. Previously, she served as CFO at APL Logistics.

Janice-Bryant-HowroydJanice Bryant Howroyd
Founder & CEO
Act-1 Group

Bryant Howroyd oversees operations of her firm (No.5 on the BE Industrial/Service Companies list with $735 million in revenues), which for more than 25 years has provided staffing, human resources, and management solutions to top 500 companies in entertainment, technology, fashion, and the biotech industry. The company operates branches throughout the U.S., and serves clients worldwide.

TeresaBryceTeresa Bryce
President
Radian Guaranty Inc.

Bryce leads the mortgage insurance unit of the $1.8 billion company. A mortgage banking expert and former general counsel, she assumed her position in 2008 to develop strategies to reduce customer foreclosures and increase stock performance.

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