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International Women's Day: The largest women-owned businesses in New Jersey — and the most powerful women in business

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NJBIZ produces a number of lists on a variety of subjects. Here are a couple that seem appropriate for International Women’s Day.

The 10 biggest women-owned business in New Jersey

These are based on 2015 revenue:

10. Bayshore Recycling
Valerie Montecalvo
Recycling
Keasby
$63 million

9. Stillwell-Hansen Inc.
Carol Stillwell
Data centers; heating and cooling
Edison
$65 million

8. Juniper Partners
Lynne Katzmann
Senior living communities
Bloomfield
$73 million

7. ACCU Staffing Services
Elaine Damm
Staffing
Cherry Hill
$76 million

6. D’Artagnan Inc.
Ariane Daguin
Specialty meat and gourmet foods
Union
$99 million

5. Industrial Staffing Services Inc.
Linda Block
Staffing
East Brunswick
$110 million

4. Atrium Staffing
Rebecca Cenni
Staffing
Iselin
$216 million

3. Artech Information Systems Inc.
Ranjini Poddar
IT and non-IT augmentation services
Morristown
$381 million

2. Turtle & Hughes Inc.
Suzanne Millard
Electrical and industrial wholesale
Linden

$600 million

1. SHI International Corp.
Thai Lee
Global provider of IT hardware, software and services
Somerset
$6.8 billion

The most powerful women in business in New Jersey

A look at those who made the NJBIZ Power 100:

97. Karen Kessler
President, Evergreen Partners

96. Patrizia Zita
Co-founder, Kaufman Zita Group

95. Shavonda Sumter
Assemblywoman (D-Paterson)

91. Monica C. Smith
CEO, Marketsmith Inc.

89. Debbie Hart
CEO, BioNJ

85. Susan Cole
President, Montclair State University

84. Michellene Davis
Executive vice president, RWJBarnabas Health

82. Michele Siekerka
CEO, New Jersey Business & Industry Association

80. Leecia Eve
Vice president, Verizon

70. Linda Bowden
New Jersey regional president, PNC Bank

68. Dana Redd
Mayor, Camden

65. Nancy Cantor
Chancellor, Rutgers-Newark

53. Denise Morrison
CEO, Campbell Soup

36. Amy Mansue
President, Southern Division, RWJBarnabas Health

30. Melissa Orsen
CEO, New Jersey Economic Development Authority

29. Michele Brown
CEO, Choose New Jersey

11. Kim Guadagno
Lieutenant governor, state of New Jersey

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