The FT’s 25 Most Influential Women of 2021

"Thank you so much Financial Times, I am humbled and proud to be in the 'FT’s 25 most influential women of 2021.' Among true heroines and female leaders in diverse fields that are pushing our society and environment for the better. I bow my head down in respect for these female leaders. I take this to strengthen my heart for the mission. I feel joy for the pride that this recognition brings to our teams (as no one does anything alone) but also to my two teenage daughters. We will make this inclusion worthwhile."

- Gabriela Hearst, Founder and Creative Director, Creative Director of Chloe

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General, World Trade Organization
Lina Khan, Chair of the Federal Trade Commission
Mary Barra, Chair and CEO, General Motors
Gita Gopinath, Chief Economist, IMF
Luiza Trajano, Businessperson and philanthropist
Nancy Pelosi, Speaker, United States House of Representatives
Marian Al-Mahdi, Politician, Sudan
Kate Bingham, Former Chair, UK Vaccine Taskforce
Cathie Wood, Founder and CEO, Ark Investment Management
Rosalind Brewer, CEO, Walgreens Boots Alliance
Tsai Ing-Wen, President, Taiwan
Frances Haugen, Data scientist and whistleblower
Naomi Osaka, Athlete
Elisa Loncón Antileo, President, Chile's Constitutional Convention
Agnes Chow, Democracy activist
Liz Cheney, Congresswoman, United States House of Representatives
Vanessa Nakate, Justice advocate
Sotooda Forotan, Student and Activist
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Leader, Co-ordination Council of Belarus
Chloé Zhao, Film-maker
Sally Rooney, Author
Shonda Rhimes, Television producer, screenwriter and author
Scarlett Johansson, Actor
Paula Rego, Artist