Patricia Sellers

is editor-at-large of Fortune magazine, where she has written some of Fortune’s most talked-about cover stories, including “Can Meg Whitman Save California?”; “The $100 Billion Woman” (Melinda Gates); “Remodeling Martha (‘I cannot be destroyed’)” (Marth Stewart); “Gone with the Wind” (Ted Turner); and “Oprah Inc.” (Oprah Winfrey). Since its 1998 launch, Sellers has overseen Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women” package. She chairs the annual Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, the preeminent gathering of women leaders in business, philanthropy, government, academia, and the arts. Sellers’ blog, Postcards, provides insights into super-achievers via commentary, career advice, and guest posts by CEOs and other leaders.

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