Time magazine recently published its annual listing of the 100 Most Influential People and a number of the American women were First Women To. . .
—Janet Yellen, first woman to head the Federal Reserve System. The article about her was written by Christine Lagarde, the first woman to direct the International Monetary Fund
–Hillary Clinton, the first First Lady elected to national office and the first woman to win a presidential primary
–Mary Jo White, the first woman U.S. attorney in Manhattan
–Megan Ellison, the first woman producer to receive two Best Picture nominations in the same year
–Kathryn Sullivan, from the first class of female astronauts and the first American woman to walk in space
—Mary Barra, the first CEO of a major automaker