Black Enterprise Announces 50 Most Powerful Women in Corporate America
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Black Enterprise Announces 50 Most Powerful Women in Corporate America

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Lisa Opoku

Lisa Opoku, COO, Securities Division Asia Pacific—The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

Richelle Parham, VP & Chief Marketing Officer, eBay North America—eBay Inc.

Debbie Roberts, President, Northeast Zone, McDonald’s USA—McDonald’s Corp.

Michelle A. Robinson, President, Southeast Region—Verizon Communications Inc.

Brenda Ross-Dulan, EVP & Regional President, Southern New Jersey—Wells Fargo & Co.

Coretha M. Rushing, Chief Human Resources Officer—Equifax Inc.

Susan Somersille Johnson, EVP & Chief Marketing Officer—SunTrust Banks Inc.

Colleen Taylor, EVP & Head of Treasury Management and Enterprise Payments, Market President, Brooklyn & Queens—Capital One

Sharon C. Taylor, SVP, Human Resources—Prudential Financial Inc.

Tracey T. Travis, EVP & CFO—The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc.

Kathy N. Waller, CFO & EVP—The Coca-Cola Co.

Robin L. Washington, EVP & CFO—Gilead Sciences Inc.

Teresa L. White, President, Aflac U.S.—Aflac

Kathleen Wilson-Thompson, EVP & Global Chief Human Resources Officer, Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. —Walgreen Co.

Mary A. Winston, EVP & CFO—Family Dollar Stores Inc.

Profiles of select executives on the 50 Most Powerful Women in Corporate America listing are available in the February 2015 issue of Black Enterprise, currently available on digital newsstands.