By MICHAEL HAYWARD-MAYER Posted April 14, 2018 08:07:02Harvard Business School graduate Emily Orenstein is in the top 50 of the list of the most successful women in business.
Orenstein’s success at Harvard Business is an example of a woman’s success that’s often overlooked, the Harvard Business Review says.
The publication ranks women on the basis of their performance in a variety of industries.
The article cites an analysis of the women in the Harvard Entrepreneurship Center’s annual report.
That report has been the benchmark for identifying the most influential women in America for a decade.
It ranks the most powerful female entrepreneurs, which is to say the ones who control at least 75 percent of a company’s market cap.
The report identifies the most innovative, successful, and influential women.
Orenstine came in at number 47.
The top 50 women include:The top 30 are:Orenststein, 33, founded a software company in her 20s.
Her biggest selling point was the ease of her use of the cloud.
She was hired as chief information officer at a tech company in 2006.
She later became chief executive officer of a technology startup in Silicon Valley.
Owen, 31, is CEO of a marketing and technology company in San Francisco.
She became CEO of an online travel company in 2011.
She went on to run the travel company, and now runs the Traveling Partner, an online service for travel agents and brokers.
She has also been a board member at The Travel Center, an educational organization in New York.
Onderstein is a partner at the travel center.
Oreskes, 40, is the president and CEO of the consulting firm The Strategic Partnerships.
She started her career at McKinsey and later moved to McKinsey & Ploughshares.
Oreskes became CEO at McKinays in 2016 and has served as president of the firm for more than two decades.
Oronstein’s company, Cigna, is in talks with Cignas about a $5 billion deal to buy Cignab and the company has announced that it is in discussions to buy a controlling stake in Cigns.
She is also the owner of the American Apparel clothing line.
Oranstein is also in talks about a deal with a private equity firm.
Her company, The Oronstein Group, owns The O.P. O.C., the fashion retailer founded by her father, John Oronstine, who has been an influential figure in New England politics.
The list is based on information from Fortune magazine and the Business Review, which ranks women in their fields on a scale of 1 to 10.
The Business Review also uses data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other sources.