Thirteen new female executives have been named to the 2015 class of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women. Of those 13 women, 11 are brand-new to the list and two have been honored in previous years.
In 2015, two women became the first female CEOs of Big Four consulting firms. Cathy Engelbert took the helm at Deloitte in March, while Lynne Doughtie was named head of KPMG U.S. in July. Both women have spent about three decades at their respective companies, serving in multiple parts of the businesses before getting the top job.
Three other companies also have new faces in top leadership roles.
Kim Lubel became the head of CST Brands [fortune-stock symbol=”CST”] when it spun off from fuel refiner Valero Energy [fortune-stock symbol=”VLO”] in 2013 and made Fortune’s list of Most Powerful Women that same year. Lubel didn’t make the cut last year, but because of CST’s recent acquisition…
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