Born in Wisconsin, US in 1947. American businesswoman, film producer and philanthropist Diane Hendricks has an estimated net worth of $3.6 billion as of 2015, according to Forbes. This rose to $6.3 billion as of October 2018. She is the owner of Hendricks Holding Company. She is also the founder and chairman of ABC Supply, a wholesale distributor of roofing, window and siding materials founded in 1982 and located in Beloit, Wisconsin. In 2010 she acquired Bradco Supply, one of her largest competitors, to bring more success to her company. As a film producer, Hendricks has produced the movie about an execution in an Iranian village, An American Carol, and The Stoning of Soraya M., and as a philanthropist she serves as a board member of Forward Janesville, Stateline Boys & Girls Club and Beloit Memorial Hospital, Kandu Industries, the Beloit Foundation, Beloit College, the Hendricks Family Foundation, and Blackhawk Bank and has contributed to WisconsinEye and co-chair of Rock County 5.0. She was ranked #481 on Forbes billionaire list and ranked #2 on America’s self-made women. She was married to Ken Hendricks (deceased in 2007) and has seven children.