In an Editor's note, The girls are all right, Jeanhee Kim of Crain's writes, "Within all these stories is the idea that time has a dramatic impact on power. Women move up and down and on and off our list every two years."
Sure. But Gilmartin, though advancing institutionally with prominent positions outside her job, hasn't had that great a two years at Forest City. Here's what they write about her:
2016 NET OPERATING INCOME $230 million
NYC IMPACT Member, Executive Committee and Board of Governors, Real Estate Board of N.Y.; co-chair, Brooklyn Downtown Partnership; board member, BAM and N.Y. Public Radio
When the next book on Brooklyn’s rebirth is written, it will certainly have a chapter on MaryAnne Gilmar…