Marissa Mayer is the vice president of location and local services at Google. She oversees product management, engineering, design, and strategy for the company’s suite of local and geographical products, including Google Maps, Google Earth, Zagat, Street View, and local search, for desktop and mobile. She also curates the Google Doodle program, celebrating special events on Google’s homepage around the world. Mayer has been honored with the Matrix Award by New York Women in Communications, as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, as a member of the New Establishment by Vanity Fair, with the American Art Award by the Whitney Museum of American Art, and as 2009 Woman of the Year by Glamour magazine. For four years running, Fortune has named her one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, including, when at age 33, she was the youngest woman ever included on the list.