5 inspirational businesswomen you may not know about

Women’s History Month celebrates women who have made significant contributions to our history, culture and society, highlighting their stories of success to empower today’s women. 

Today, and throughout Women’s History Month, we celebrate women by shining a spotlight on inspirational leaders:

Rea Ann Silva (Beautyblender) – revolutionized the makeup industry

Ursula Burns (Xerox and VEON) – the first African American woman to become CEO of a Forbes 500 company

Diane Hendricks (ABC Supply) – first on Forbes America’s 2022 Richest Self-Made Women list

Judy Faulkner (Epic Systems) – dubbed as the most powerful woman in health care

Sara Blakely (Spanx) – Forbes’ youngest female self-made billionaire in 2012

Read more about the stories of these successful women who have left an important mark on the business world at c2-com.com.

– Cyndee Woolley, C2 Communications, The SWFL 100