5.MacKenzie Scott (United States)

Jeff Bezos' ex MacKenzie Scott is now the richest woman in the world


MacKenzie Scott (born April 7, 1970) is an American philanthropist, philanthropist and ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. MacKenzie Scott, 53, is a philanthropist and author who once married Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the third richest man in the world. After 25 years of marriage, the couple divorced in 2019.

According to Forbes magazine Scott acquired a 4% stake in Amazon at the time. With a net worth of $ 35.6 billion by 2024, Scott has pledged to give at least half of her money to a non-profit organization over the course of her life, Forbes magazine said. So far, the publication has noted that she has donated more than $ 16 billion to nearly 2,000 nonprofits.


4.Jacqueline Mars (United States)

No. 3: Jacqueline Mars - 2016-08-18 - The Top 20 Richest Women In America


Jacqueline Mars, born October 10, 1939, is an American heir and investor. She is the daughter of Audrey Ruth (Meyer) and Forrest Mars, Sr. And granddaughter of Frank C. Mars, founder of the American candy company Mars, Incorporated.

Jacqueline Mars, 84, owns about a third of the food and pet candy company Mars Inc. According to Forbes magazine, she inherited her grandfather who founded the company. The fourth richest woman in the world has worked for the company for 20 years. As of 2024, Mars has a net worth of $ 38.5 billion, according to Forbes. Although she no longer works for the company that made her rich, she now serves on the board of the National Archives.


3.Julia Koch (United States)

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Julia Margaret Flesher Koch was born on April 12, 1962. In the Forbes annual rankings for April 2023. She inherited from her husband David Koch, who died in 2019. Julia Koch, 61, along with her three children, inherited a 42% stake in Koch Industries.

Forbes magazine explained that she received the funding after her husband, David Koch, died in 2019. Koch Industries manufactures paper, mineral processing, fertilizer production and oil refining. Koch and her children have a net worth of $ 64.3 billion by 2024, according to Forbes magazine. This year alone, she donated $ 75 million to fund the Julia Koch Family Ambulatory Care Center, located at NYU Langone’s West Palm Beach location.


2.Alice Walton (United States)

Alice Walton - Wikipedia


Alice Louise Walton, born October 7, 1949, is the American heir apparent to the Walmart estate, the daughter of founder Sam Walton. In September 2016, she owned more than $ 11 billion worth of Walmart shares. According to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index after Françoise Bettencourt Meyers.

Alice Walton, 74, found her way to wealth through the popular Walmart supermarket, founded by her father, Sam Walton. She is his only daughter with two brothers, Rob and Jim Walton. Her net worth in 2024 will be $ 72.3 billion, Forbes magazine Unlike her two siblings, she says her focus is on art rather than working for the Walmart brand. She opened the Crystal Bridges American Art Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas, her hometown.


1.Francoise Bettencourt Meyers (France)

2. Françoise Bettencourt Meyers


Françoise Bettencourt Meyers (born July 10, 1953) is a French businessman, philanthropist, author, billionaire and richest woman in the world. She is the only child and heir of Liliane Bettencourt and the granddaughter of Eugène Schueller, founder of L’Oréal.

Francoise Bettencourt Meyers, 70, is considered the richest woman in the world with a net worth of $ 99.5 billion by 2024, according to Forbes magazine. She owed it to the famous beauty company L’Oreal, which was founded by her grandfather.

According to Forbes, Bettencourt Meyers, along with her family, account for more than a third of L’Oreal publicly traded transactions. She currently serves on the company’s board of directors and is the chairman of the family-owned company.

The richest woman in the world also acts as the head of her family’s charity. According to Forbes magazine, it encourages French progress in science and the arts.