Fortune magazine has released its list of the world's greatest leaders. From baseball players to political powerhouses, take a look at the people who are poised to lead us into a better tomorrow.
15. Michael Bloomberg
Age: 72Majority owner, Bloomberg L.P.
14. Paul Polman
Age: 57 CEO, Unilever
13. Christine Lagarde
Age: 58Managing director, International Monetary Fund
12. Geoffrey Canada
Age: 62 CEO, Harlem Children's Zone
11. Derek Jeter
Age: 39Shortstop and captain, New York Yankees
10. Jeff Bezos
Age: 50CEO, Amazon.com
9. Dalai Lama
Age: 78Spiritual leader of the Tibetan people
Age: 53 Lead singer, U2
7. Gen. Joseph Dunford
Age: 58Commander, U.S. Forces, Afghanistan
6. Aung San Suu Kyi
Age: 68Chair, National League for Democracy
5. Bill Clinton
Age: 68Founder, The Clinton Foundation
4. Warren Buffett
Age: 83CEO, Berkshire Hathaway
3. Alan Mulally
Age: 68CEO, Ford Motor Co.
2. Angela Merkel
Age: 59Chancellor, Germany
1. Pope Francis
Age: 77Pontiff, Catholic Church
To see who else made the list, click here.
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