Rutgers Business School alumna Sheri McCoy ranked 20th Most Powerful Woman in Business

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Fortune's annual ranking of America's leading businesswomen named Rutgers Business School alumna Sheri McCoy (MBA '88) #20 out of the 50 most powerful women in business. McCoy is currently CEO of Avon and was the former vice chairman of Johnson & Johnson responsible for the Pharmaceutical and Consumer business segments. She is the 14th highest paid woman in business.

Read CNN Money's article on the Fortune ranking.

As a result of McCoy's high ranking on the Fortune list, CNN Money included Rutgers Business School on their list of where the most powerful women go to business school.

  1. Harvard
  2. Wharton
  3. Stanford
  4. Northwestern
  5. University of Chicago
  6. Cornell
  7. Yale
  8. UCLA
  9. Columbia
  10. MIT
  11. Southern Methodist University
  12. Rutgers
  13. University of South Africa/Van Kralingen

McCoy met with students and alumni during the CEO Lecture Series where she spoke about the challenge of innovation in a dynamic global market.

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