7 Florida women ranked on Forbes' 'Richest Self-Made Women' list

Seven women from the Sunshine State made Forbes' recent Richest Self-Made Women, a list that ranks 100 of the country's most successful women entrepreneurs, executives and entertainers. 

Here's a look at the seven women from Florida:

Safra Catz from Fort Lauderdale

  • Rank: No. 20 
  • Net Worth: $1.9 billion 
  • Role: CEO of Oracle, a leading computer technology company

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Neerja Sethi from Fisher Island

  • Rank: No. 27
  • Net Worth: $1 billion
  • Background: Co-founder of Syntel, an IT consulting and outsourcing firm, established in 1980

Martine Rothblatt from Satellite Beach

  • Rank: No. 42
  • Net Worth: $820 million
  • Achievements: Co-founded Sirius Satellite Radio in 1990 and later founded United Therapeutics

Judy Sheindlin from Naples

  • Rank: No. 58
  • Net Worth: $560 million
  • Claim to Fame: Known as TV's "Judge Judy"

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Lucy Guo from Miami

  • Rank: No. 64
  • Net Worth: $500 million
  • Enterprise: Founder of Passes, a platform for creators, and co-founder of Scale AI

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Doreen Granpeesheh from Marco Island

  • Rank: No. 87
  • Net Worth: $390 million
  • Contribution: Founder of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders

Serena Williams from Jupiter

  • Rank: No. 97
  • Net Worth: $340 million
  • Highlights: Tennis superstar with significant earnings from prize money and endorsement deals

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