While studying in Connecticut, she worked as a receptionist from midnight to sunrise and struggled to put together $50 to buy herself a western suit for her first job interview. She presently runs the fourth largest food and beverage company in the world, PepsiCo, as their first female chief executive officer. She was named the third most powerful woman in business by Fortune. Seven years running, she’s been on Forbes’ list of 100 Most Powerful Women. It may be polarizing, but it has to provoke a real reaction.