Wednesday 14 October 2015

America's Richest Moms Of 2015

America's Richest Moms of 2015
You won't believe how much they're worth 

Barbara Carlson Gage
Age: 73

Net Worth: $1.12 billion

Children: 4

She and her sister Marilyn share Carlson, Inc., the hospitality company started by their father, Curtis. The company includes more than 1,340 hotels, including Radisson and Country Inns & Suites. The family also co-founded with Queen Silvia of Sweden the World Childhood Foundation, which works to help sexually abused women and children globally.

Lynn Schusterman 
Age: 76

Net Worth: $3.5 billion

Children: 3

She is the widow of the founder of oil and gas company Samson Resources, Charles Schusterman. Lynn heads the Charles & Lynn Schusterman Foundation, which is dedicated to Jewish charities such as Birthright Israel and education programs.

Ann Walton Kroenke
Age: 66

Net Worth: $4.6 billion

Children: 2

Wal-Mart heiress Ann Walton Kroenke owns 1.7 percent of the family company, but she has no active involvement in the business. Her husband, Stan Kroenke, owns several sports teams, including the Denver Nuggets and St. Louis Rams.

Randa Duncan Williams
Age: 54

Net Worth: $5.3 billion

Children: 1

The only Duncan sibling that actively runs Enterprise Products Partners, Randa Duncan Williams heads the company her father, Dan, founded. Enterprise owns energy pipelines, natural gas plants and storage facilities.

Blair Parry-Okeden        
Age: 64

Net Worth: $9.3 billion

Children: 2

Niece of Anne Cox Chambers, Blair shares ownership of Cox Enterprises, which was started by her grandfather, James M. Cox. She inherited a 25 percent stake in 2007 after her mother, Barbara Cox Anthony, passed away.

Abigail Johnson
Age: 53

Net Worth: $14.3 billion

Children: 2

In 2014, Abigail Johnson replaced her father, Edward Johnson III, as CEO of mutual fund company Fidelity. She is ranked No. 31 on Forbes 400 and No. 19 on Forbes Power Women.

Anne Cox Chambers   
Age: 95

Net Worth: $18.6 billion

Children: 3

Owner of her family's media conglomerate Cox Enterprises, Anne Cox Chambers heads the company's properties, which include newspapers, television stations, radio stations and automotive sales.

Laurene Powell Jobs
Age: 51

Net Worth: $18.8 billion

Children: 3

Widow of the late Steve Jobs, Laurene controls the Steven P. Jobs Trust. She is also the founder and chair of the Emerson Collective, a philanthropic organization that focuses on educational and social reform

Jacqueline Badger Mars   
Age: 75

Net Worth: $23 billion

Children: 3

Sharing the profits of Mars, her family's candy company, with her two brothers, Jacqueline Badger Mars is ranked No. 18 on Forbes 400.

Christy Walton
Age: 66

Net Worth: $31.1 billion

Children: 1

Christy Walton inherited the fortune of mega retailer Wal-Mart when her husband John Walton passed away in 2005. The Walton family is one of the richest families in the world, with Alice Walton, Jim Walton and S. Robson Walton also taking spots on the Forbes 400 list.

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