Last week, the U.S. Treasury announced plans to grace the $10 bill with the image of a prominent woman in U.S. history. Since, many big and not-so big names have emerged, but it won’t be until many months before the agency makes a final decision over who would replace Alexander Hamilton.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is asking the public for suggestions (by U.S. law, the criteria is that it must be someone who is no longer living). While the agency plans to launch a website asking for ideas over social media, Fortune polled some of the biggest names in business and beyond. Here’s what they had to say — in their own words: