She’s the ultimate CEO — a chief who inspires her followers. Olivia Pope After successfully helping Fitz Grant win his campaign for President of the United States, Olivia launched her crisis management consultancy Olivia Pope & Associates. Her team proudly owns their role as "gladiators in suits," loyally following their white-hatted leader. She sees the world in gray, rather than black and white, leading to more sympathetic relationships with her clients — and a moral flexibility that satisfyingly entertains.
And should naysayers interfere with her grand strategy? After successfully helping Fitz Grant win his campaign for President of the United States, Olivia launched her crisis management consultancy Olivia Pope & Associates. Her team proudly owns their role as “gladiators in suits,” loyally following their white-hatted leader. Selina Meyer Currently second-in-command of a world superpower, Selina's eyes are focused on bigger fish.
Surviving the loss of her family and her king husband, she's grown from a timid girl into a dragon-wielding woman.
With star attorney Harvey Specter by her side, she should be able to trump the multi-layered issues threatening Pearson Darby Specter. Leona Lansing The sharp-tongued exec fights fiercely for the Atlantis Cable Network's news team and its vision, despite the ACN's financial woes.
She made her way to partner in an uncomfortable manner (sleeping with Jaguar's Herb Rennick to salvage the account), but Holloway still has the savvy and know-how to command respect in the boardroom.
As the office manager for Sterling Cooper, Holloway spent a lot of time in the proximity of power — and used it to her advantage.
Peter Florrick changed his mind; Lockhart handled the disappointment masterfully, rejoining law firm Lockhart/Gardner with a renewed sense of purpose: She's out to squash a group of former colleagues who've left to start their own firm.
Her energies are directed, in particular, at Alicia Florrick (the governor's wife and No. This power player (she has a photo of her and Hillary Clinton on her desk) was vetted for a seat on the Illinois Supreme Court until Gov.