The most influential women in London

Monday 27th July 2015 11:19 EDT

The City A.M. has accumulated a list of the most influential women in the city of London, based on active users of Twitter and their Klout scores. The Klout scores takes into account various metrics from Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Instagram, Foursquare and Wikipedia.

The list encompasses 64 of the most important women working in the financial hub of London, according to social media. Out of 64, 6 women of Asian ethnicity have made it to the list as well.

Rank Power Score

18 Ruby McGregor-Smith. Chief Executive of Mitie Group PLC. Senior Independent Director of PageGroup PLC. Trustee of Business in the Community. Non-Executive Director of the Department for Culture Media and Sport. Chair of CBI, the Public Services Strategy Board. 55

19 Pinky Lilani. Listed in the BBC's 2013 power list of 100 most influential women in the UK. Founder and chair of Asian Women of Achievement Awards, the Women of the Future Award, and the Global Empowerment Award. Founder and Spice Magic CEO on networking & cooking. 54

43 Yasmin Batliwala. Chair of drug and alcohol charity WDP. Chief Executive of A4ID, which sources free legal services for organisations fighting poverty. 26

30 Janvi Patel. Chairwoman and co-founder of Halebury. An employment lawyer by background. Entrepreneur and blogger. 41

57 Rana Nazir. Founder of British Kashmiri Women Council. Business Support Manager in Water Treatment Industry. Executive Director for Pure Hearts. 10

64 Zarina Sabir. Group Chief Accountant, easyJet PLC. 2

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