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These are the College Where MAKERS Who Made Fortune's "Most Powerful Women" List Went

These are the College Where MAKERS Who Made Fortune's "Most Powerful Women" List Went

Wondering where the women who made Fortune's "Most Powerful Women" list went to college? And more specifically, what their degrees are?

A recent report by Fortune answered those questions, listing the respective information for 50 women who made their list.

The answers may slight surprise you, as most would assume that they "have unattainable educational pedigree to match."

According to Fortune, only nine of the women on the list graduated from an Ivy League school. 

Most of the women went to private and public colleges.

Of the 51 women, 59 percent hold graduate degrees, most of which are MBAs. 

Find out where the seven MAKERS who made the list went to college and what they received degrees in below. 

1. Indra Nooyi, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo
Undergrad: Madras Christian College in India
Graduate: Indian Institute of Management, Yale University

2. Meg Whitman, CEO, Chairman, and President of HP
Undergrad: Princeton University
Graduate: Harvard Business School (MBA)

3. Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook
Undergrad: Harvard University
Graduate: Harvard Business School (MBA)

4. Angela Ahrendts, SVP of Retail and Online Stores for Apple
Undergrad: Ball State University

5. Ursula Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox
Undergrad: Polytechnic Institute of New York
Graduate: Columbia University

6. Marissa Mayer, CEO and President of Yahoo
Undergrad: Stanford University
Graduate: Stanford University

7. Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube at Google
Undergrad: Harvard University
Graduate: University of California, Santa Cruz, UCLA Anderson School of Management (MBA)

For the full report, click here

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