The World’s Top 6 Youngest Female Billionaires 
Women have proven to be just as capable of making it big in business as men. However, they often face a different set of challenges than their male counterparts because of gender stereotypes.
Here are some top female billionaires who bucked those notions and made their own way in the world:
Eva Maria Braun-Luedicke, 34
Eva Maria Braun-Luedicke, 34, is a German businesswoman and entrepreneur. Being descended from a rich household, she is the founder of Braun-Luedicke Capital Management and has an estimated net worth of $5 billion as of 2019. She is the communications manager at an efficacious media device company.
She was born in Berlin on May 16th, 1983, to an affluent family with a history dating back to the 1820s when her great-grandparents founded an engineering company called "Braun & Luedicke", which later became one of Germany's biggest producers of hand tools.
Eva Maria grew up along with her siblings in Munich, where she went to school at Stadtschule (a type of school) which specializes in arts & crafts subjects like pottery making; textile design; painting etc., but she also studied economics at University Ludwig Maximilian I Joseph University - Munich
Caroline Hagen Kjos, 37
Caroline Hagen Kjos is a 37-year-old Norwegian businesswoman and billionaire. She was born in 1984 in Switzerland. In the year 2014, Caroline was chosen to become the chairman of her family business, Canica AS holding company. At a point in time, she also held the majority of the stake in the company. In 1998, her father Stein Erik Hagen who was also a Norwegian billionaire decided to merge his business - Rimi, which was a discount supermarket store, with an ICA group based in Sweden and Ahold, who was a Dutch retailer. Furthermore, Hagen took the decision of his life and sold a majority of his stake, eventually using the proceeds to form Canica AS.
Lisa Draexlmaier, 30
Lisa Draexlmaier is a German entrepreneur and founder ofFritz Draexlmaier Holding GmbH. She was listed by Forbes as one of the six Youngest Female Billionaires in the world at age 30, with an estimated net worth of $1.7 billion USD.
Her company’s customers range from BMW, Audi, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Maserati, Land-Rover, and Tesla. They did over $5.5 billion in sales in the year 2019. The Draexlmaier group was founded by Lisa’s grandmother, Lisa Draexlmaier, who has subsidiaries all across the globe under her name. Her company has now made her position in manufacturing other units such as consoles, door panels, instrument panels, exclusive interiors for limited edition models, and other electronic components.
Whitney Wolfe Herd, 31
Whitney Wolfe, a 31-year young entrepreneur, is the founder of Bumble, a dating app for women. She started the company in 2014 when she was just 19 years old and raised $100 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Union Square Ventures and other prominent investors. The following year she raised another $1 billion valuation for her company which rose to over $1 billion again in 2017 after adding more investors including Sequoia Capital who invested an undisclosed amount this year. As of 2018, Bumble has raised over $3 billion through its first nine rounds of financing since launching in 2014 – making it one-half of India's top two most valuable startups at present (Zomato being the other).
Alexandra Andresen, 25
Alexandra Andresen is the youngest female billionaire in the world at the age of 19. She and her sister, Katharina, each inherited a 42% stake in her father's investment company, Ferd Holding, in the year 2015. Andresen was named the youngest billionaire by Forbes magazine in 2019 at age 23; she is now on track to be ranked among them again this year as well!
Kylie Jenner, 24
This billionaire might be the most famous out of all present on this list. Kylie Jenner is the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world. She is also one of the only two members of her family to have made it onto Forbes' list of America's Richest Self-Made Women, and she was only 19 years old when she did so.
Kylie Jenner founded Kylie Cosmetics in 2017, after having gained popularity for her cosmetic line on social media platforms like Snapchat and Instagram. She also started gaining fame when her television show, ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians, went on air. In 2018, she became part of Forbes' ranking as America's Richest Self-Made Women at age 20, making her one of only five people under 21 who have appeared on this list over time (the other four being Mark Zuckerberg).
So, there you have it. The top 6 women who are most likely to become billionaires by the year 2022. The world's youngest billionaires are young women, and they're dominating the list.
In fact, there's a woman who's younger than all of them: Alexandra Andresen is just 20 years old and has a net worth of $1 billion. She was born in Denmark but now lives in Switzerland with her family.
Andresen is followed by Alice Walton, who's only four years ahead of her at 24 (and worth $1 billion).
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