In April, we introduce you to Marissa Mayer, Google's Vice President of Local, Maps and Localization Services. Named by Fortune Magazine as one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in Business," the 37-year-old and has been integral in the search giant's rise. After being hired as the company's first female engineer in 1999, Mayer has gone on to make waves at one of the most successful companies of our time. Also this month, Leading Women profiles renowned chef, Anne-Sophie Pic, who runs the famed La Maison Pic in Valence, France. In 2007, Pic made headlines when she was awarded three Michelin stars, the only woman in France to hold that honor. In 2011, she was also named "Best Female Chef" by the World's 50 Best Restaurants Academy. Gastronomy runs in the Pic family bloodline, and Pic's style and passion have transformed her restaurant into a highly-regarded establishment. In 1995, Pic followed in her father's footsteps when she stepped in to run the restaurant after his demise. She worked her way up from an untrained chef to one of the very best in her profession. The Pic culinary dynasty started more than 120 years ago.