Here you can see the USA wealthiest women 2016 with net worth per ear earning. The richest women in America are millionaires and billionaires who have either made their own money or inherited it. Many of the wealthiest American women are involved in philanthropy or other social causes but they may not all be. Many of the richest women in the world are American. Here is a list of the USA wealthiest women 2016 and net worth and per year earning.
- Christy Walton:
Net Worth: 36.8 billion
Christy Walton is an American billionaire heiress who has a net worth of $31 billion. Christy Walton was the wife of the late John T. Walton who was the son of the late WalMart founder Sam Walton. Christy and John had one child together, a son named Lukas. Christy Walton also owns a stake in a solar power company first solar which her late husband founded before his death. Walton currently resides in Jackson Wyoming but has properties around the world.
2. Alice Walton:
Net Worth: 34.4 billion
Alice Louise Walton is an American heiress to the fortune of Wal Mat Stores inc. she is the daughter of Wal Mart founder Sam Walton and Helen Walton and sister of the late John t. Walton. Her estimated net worth is $34.4 billion making her the second richest women in USA.
3. Jacqueline Mars:
Net Worth: 25.8 billion
Jacqueline Mars made her money from M&Ms, Snickers, Dog Food and many of the other products we use every day. The Mars Company currently has revenue of $30 billion annually and is the world’s largest confectionary company. Jacqueline Mars is the third generation of the Mars family after her grandfather, Frank Mars, founded the company in 1911.
4. Laurene Powell:
Net Worth: $19.5 billion
Laurene Powell Jobs born 6 November 6, 1963 is an American business executive and the founder of Emerson Collective which advocates for policies concerning education and immigration reform, social justice and environmental conservation. She is also co-founder and president of the Board of College Track, which prepares disadvantaged high school students for college. Powell Jobs resides in Palo Alto, California, with her three children.
5. Anne Cox Chambers:
Net Worth: $18.3 billion
Her net worth was estimated by Forbes at $18.3 billion in 2016, based principally on her equity interest in Cox Enterprises. She is the wealthiest person in Georgia, the 28th-richest person in the United States and 53rd-richest person in the world.
6. Abigail Johnson:
Net Worth: $12.3 billion
With father controls Fidelity Investments, America’s largest mutual fund company. Firm also boasts large brokerage business and insurance outfit. Father Ned joined his father’s company as analyst 1957, president 15 years later.
7. Blair Parry Okeden:
Net Worth: $9.1 billion
Parry Okeden is one of the world’s most reclusive billionaires. She inherited a 25 percent share of the family’s media empire business after her mother passed away. She currently lives in Australia with her husband and children. She lives an almost completely anonymous life. A multi-billionaire, most people, even her neighbors and local store owners, are unaware of whom she is or that she has such tremendous income and earnings.
8. Dannine Avara:
Net Worth: $5.2 billion
Dannine Avara is a billionaire heir to the Duncan family fortune who has a net worth of $5.2 billion. Born Dannine Duncan in 1974 she is the daughter of Lee Ellis and Dan Duncan who co founded Enterprise Products Partners LP, a natural gas and crude oil pipeline company with headquarters in Houston, Texas. His net worth is $5.3 billion.
9. Randa Williams:
Net Worth: $5.1 billion
Randa Williams is a billionaire hair to the Duncan family fortune through the enterprise products which remains under family control. She holds a JD from the university of Houston law center and an undergraduate degree from Rice University. His net worth is $5.1 billion.
10. Milane Frantz:
Net Worth: $5 billion
Milane Frantz is net worth $4.7 billion source of wealth enterprise products partners age 43 overall rank 72 Frantz is one of four children who inherited the massive fortune of late energy pipeline entrepreneur Dan Duncan, founder of enterprise products partners.