40 Hottest Female CEO’s – World’s Sexiest Business leaders


When PagerDuty went public in April, CEO Tejada rang the bell at the New York Stock Exchange after raising $218 million in its IPO. She’s the rare woman at the helm of an enterprise start-up,a software company that scored a valuation of over $1 billion prior to its NYSE debut. Tejada also serves on the board of Estée Lauder. “I’m a lot of things, and self-aware is definitely one of them; I knew that I was not somebody who was going to start something myself,” she says of her career trajectory, which began in the management training program at Proctor & Gamble. “I am more someone who can recognize a great outfit and become a very loving adoptive parent.”