General Motors CEO Mary Barra has been recognized many times during her time as the automaker’s chief executive, but for the third year running, she’s been named the most powerful woman.
Fortune compiles the list yearly, and Barra has been on top for the last three years. The publication notes her tremendous attitude to shift perceptions at the automaker, which was long plagued by poor management and questionable quality control. She’s placed at the top for a number of reasons this year.
The publication notes she beat Tesla to the electric-car market with the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, GM acquires self-driving startup Cruise Automation under her watch and Maven, the automaker’s car-sharing service, continues to expand.
All of this has led to positive growth for the automaker. GM share prices are up 25 percent in the past 12 months and revenue has increased 9 percent. For that, she remains at the top for another year.