A journalist, publisher, businesswoman, and philanthropist who was the main benefactor to many major institutions in San Diego.
A Portuguese businesswoman and philanthropist. One of the richest women in the world and the most important Jewish woman in 16th century Europe.
Actress, philanthropist, politician, and activist. The legendary first lady of Argentina.
An author and philanthropist. The third-wealthiest woman in the United States.
A member of the British Royal family, known as the "People's Princess." A fashion icon, social activist, and philanthropist.
The first African-American woman billionaire in the US. A businesswoman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Co-founder of BET TV network, a managing partner, and governor of the WNBA's Washington Mystics.
The "Mother of civil rights in California," one of the leading abolitionists during the Gold-Rush era, and a self-made millionaire entrepreneur and financier.
A businesswoman, philanthropist, and global advocate for women and girls. The co-founder and co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
An award-winning singer, actress, director, composer, and philanthropist. The highest-selling female recording artist of all time and the most decorated recording artist in history.
A member of the British royal family; a former actress and fashion blogger.