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Elsenhans, Clark appear on Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women" list

Forbes magazine recently released its World’s 100 Most Powerful Women. The list contains influential women who run countries, big companies, or nonprofits. Their rankings were determined by a combination of their press visibility (number of mentions) and the size of the organization or country these women lead.

Lynn Elsenhans Photo ForbesLynn Elsenhans, a 1978 Rice graduate, ranked #10. She is CEO, Chairman, and President of Sunoco, Inc., one of the top manufacturers and marketers of petroleum and petrochemical products, since July 2008. She is also the Board chairman of the Sunoco Partners LLC. Elsenhans, earned a BA in Mathematical Sciences and was a college basketball player at Rice.
 


Janet Clark Photo ForbesLanding at #65, Janet Clark is CFO of Marathon Oil Corporation. a member of the Jones Graduate School of Business Council of Overseers. She also serves on the boards of five nonprofit organizations: the Houston Symphony, YES Prep Public Schools, New Hope Housing, the Center for Houston's Future and the Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation.