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Career or motherhood: 6 successful moms who have proven that you can do everything


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Many mothers ask questions about how to combine career and motherhood. It turns out that this is possible; there are very vivid examples of this. Enough to see how many women are on the list. Forbes. Moreover, in some families both parents are known, successful and bring up not one child, but two or three.

1. Hillary Clinton
Number in the list Forbes: 2
Number of children: 1
The most influential woman who was not only the first lady of the United States, but also built her political career by participating in the 2016 presidential race of the year.
Hillary Clinton is not only a mother, but also a grandmother.
When Hillary’s husband Bill Clinton was still running for president, she had already begun her political career and was actively helping her husband, while at the same time raising Chelsea’s only daughter.

2. Janet yellen
Number in the list Forbes: 3
Number of children: 1
Yellen became the first female head of the US Federal Reserve. This post she took in 2014 year. In addition, Janet taught at Harvard, the London School of Economics and the Haas School of Business.
Married Yellen for the Nobel laureate in economics George Akerlof. The couple has a common son, Robert. He also followed in the footsteps of his mother and is a teacher of economics.

3. Melinda gates
Number in the list Forbes: 4
Number of children: 3
In fourth place Forbes - mother of already three children Melinda French Gates. American businesswoman and philanthropist, as well as the wife of Bill Gates. She is co-founder and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and was previously a sales manager at Microsoft for a number of products including Publisher, Microsoft Bob, Encarta and Expedia.
From 1996 to 2002, the couple had three children: 2 daughters and a son. Now Melinda is engaged in a family and a charitable foundation.

4. Mary barra
Number in the list Forbes: 5
Number of children: 2
On the fifth line is the mother of two children and the incredible leader of the automotive giant General Motors Mary Barra. It took her 33 of the year to overcome the path from the trainee to the CEO's chair. At a high post, Mary was in a difficult time for the company. But she coped with everything. Successes in career did not prevent Mary from getting married and raising two children.

5. Sheryl Sandberg
Number in the list Forbes: 7
Number of children: 2
On the seventh line of the list of the most influential women in the world is a star Google and Facebook Sandberg. Sandberg served as vice president Google by sales. 4000 people worked under her leadership. During the work of Cheryl Google became not only the most popular search engine in the world, but also successfully earned online advertising. AT Facebook she is called the second person in the company after Mark Zuckerberg. Cheryl wrote the book “Get involved: women, work and the will to lead”, in which she shared her own experience on how to combine family happiness, career and motherhood. Sandberg is actively struggling to ensure that mothers can do business and move up the career ladder.

6. Margaret Whitman
Number in the list Forbes: 9
Number of children: 2
Magaret Whitman - the woman who headed eBay. Colleagues say that Meg, despite the fact that she achieved brilliant results in her career, always put family and children first. She rarely stayed at work and 5-6 once a year found time to rest with her sons. Margaret is currently on the board of directors. Hewlett-Packard (HP). Whitman tried herself in politics.
“Motherhood is a source of inspiration,” says Whitman.

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