Tighe, Liebman, Herman, Stacom make city’s most powerful women list

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Mar.March 09, 2010 08:49 AM

In a town where one’s address often means more than one’s name, it should come as no surprise that some of the most influential players come from the real estate industry in Crain’s list of New York’s 50 most powerful women. Freshly-minted REBNY Chair Mary Ann Tighe of CB Richard Ellis came in third, while Pamela Liebman, the Corcoran Group’s CEO, ranked 38th, and rival Dottie
Herman of Prudential Douglas Elliman was right behind at No. 39. Darcy
Stacom, vice chairman of CBRE, came in at No. 50. JPMorgan executive Heidi Miller nabbed the number one spot, with Deputy Mayor Patricia Harris coming in second. Other household names like PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi (No. 4) and iconic Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour (No. 21) also made the list, along with public officials like City Council Speaker Christine Quinn (No. 13), Senator Kristen Gillibrand (No. 20) and City Planning Commission chair Amanda Burden (No. 33). The paper also ranked the top companies to work for: Kimpton Hotels got high marks at No. 9, as did Silverstein Properties (No. 22) and Studley (No. 26). [Crain’s] and [Crain’s]


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