shaifalikapoor03Participant@shaifalikapoor03June 19, 2021 at 10:24 pm #32650
In this growing world many women have incarnated their names in gold upon the walls of this country. Women have been shining upon the stars and prooving themselves to be no less than men. Women today have earned so much respect for their community just with their hardwork. Since time immemorial, women have overcome odds and challenged adversity. While the trials vary according to time and circumstance, the grit and determination that is intrinsic to womanhood has remained constant and stood the test of time. As the world moves forward, women are today leading the charge for a progressive society.
Indra nooyi is one inspiration to all of us who is successfully running pepsico india ltd with her great hardwork. Indra krishnamurthy nooyi etched her name in the annals of international business when she became chief executor and chairperson of pepsico in 1994. She governed organisation’s international planning over the past decade.
She has consistently ranked among the world’s 100 most powerful women. In 2014, she was ranked at number 13 on the Forbes list of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women, and was ranked the 2nd most powerful woman on the Fortune list in 2015. In 2017, she was ranked the 2nd most powerful woman once more on the Forbes list of The 19 Most Powerful Women in Business.
She serves on the boards of Amazon and the International Cricket Council. Philips has proposed that Nooyi join their board in May 2021.
This woman has stand india proud and made a significance to existence of women around this country.VIPASHA .Participant@vipashaJune 19, 2021 at 10:40 pm #32652
Women today are unstoppable, and their power and influence is rising. Increasingly women demand a new society, a society that gives them choices – they can choose to do anything, be anything, and women are building the systems that enable them to do that. But a woman doesn’t need a business title to be a leader. A true leader shows up in their community to make a real impact. And women around the world do that every day, regardless of their job title or position. Every woman try to be best. And many of them set a benchmark and act as inspiration for the youth and developing Women. Some of them are:-
1- Kamala Harris:- she is the Vice President of the United States . But before that she is also an accomplished lawyer and senator, Harris has often been in rooms where no one else looks like her. She shows women and girls of all ages that they can reach their dreams .
2- Mel Robbins:- She is an author and Speaker. Mel Robbins brings a fresh female perspective to her insightful and motivational speeches. She provides an abundance of useful content that helps entrepreneurs and anyone in need of a boost. Her book The 5-Second Rule is a national best-seller. Robbins encourages women to keep pushing forward.
3- Bethenny Frankel:- She is the Founder and CEO of Skinnygirl. She is all rounder(From event planning to entrepreneurship and reality TV) .
4- Esther Perel:- She is an author and Therapist . She is a relationship expert, and her advice and expertise is critical in today’s world. Her parents were Holocaust survivors – and she learned how to live with optimism and hope even in darkness. She speaks 9 languages and has travelled and studied around the world to combine her own unique upbringing with other global perspectives.
5- Radhika Jones:- She is an Editor-in-Chief of Vanity Fair .After becoming editor-in-chief in 2017, she moved the magazine away from glamorous stylized covers and instead features celebrities in normal clothes . She has moved the magazine and online content to be more representative of all types of backgrounds and lifestyles and to highlight the cultural zeitgeist.
Every person is inspiring and has faced difficulty and go through lot of struggle in their life wither be it a women Or man. But the difference is – society always support man and always discourages woman. Still in this darkness, rising like a Star and achieving such a huge success is very acknowledgeable and inspiring for women’s all over the world.anshika agarwalParticipant@anshika-2June 20, 2021 at 11:27 pm #32667
Inspirational female leaders in the world
In today’s world women are working in every field. They are unstoppable and their power and influence is rising at high peak. A woman doesn’t need any title to be a leader. A true leader is that who really imapct the community and women around the world are doing that every day regardless of their job title or position. There are a lot of inspiring female leaders in the world. One such is Maria Eitel who is a founder and chair of the Nike Foundation and Girl Effect. She created the theory of The Girl Effect which is based on the idea that adolescent girls have a unique ability to stop poverty before it starts. Her work has helped millions of girls around the globe. Jacinda Ardern is another such name. She is the Prime Minister of New Zealand. She was the world’s youngest female head of state. She has given speeches with her daughter on her lap. Her femininity have helped her to lead causes like unity and social change. She has also taken quick and decisive action against gun violence. Another female in the list is Melanie Perkins who is the Co-Founder and CEO of Canva. She is one of the youngest female tech CEOs in the world and grew her company to $1 billion in just six years. Another inspirational women is Christine Lagarde. She is the President of European Central Bank. She has spent her entire career breaking stereotypes in banking. She was the first woman to serve as France’s finance minister, as managing director of the International Monetary Fund and now as president of the European Central Bank. She is a champion for gender inclusion and notes that although she has faced sexism throughout her career but she is breaking down barriers for future female leaders. These women are powerhouses in their fields and inspire not just their employees and the people around them but other women and the next generation of female leaders.Gayatri SomvanshiParticipant@gayatriJune 20, 2021 at 11:40 pm #32669
We all have witnessed how women are just rocking all around the world and conquering the whole world. We see today we have strong women on top in all the fields including politics. One such incredible woman is our very own Priyanka Chopra who is now so actively representing India internationally and has really rooted a strong foothold in Hollywood.
A girl who was criticised for her colour is now Miss World and a leading actress and inspiring so many people. She is a strong woman and recently she has launched her unfinished book. She is also down to earth and she is India’s most high paid and most popular entertainer. She is awarded with numerous awards which include five Filmfare awards , two National Film awards and Padma Shri award.
She had suffered many racial issues and was bullied when she moved to America for studies when she was 13 and after that she came back to India to pursue her higher secondary education. Her mother enrolled her in the Femina Miss India contest of 2000 and she won it. She nexy won Miss World peasant of 2000. After that she entered the film industry and we all know she has played many iconic roles in bollywood.Apoorva PathakParticipant@apoorvaJune 21, 2021 at 10:17 am #32672
Many women are leading this world. They are working in different fields and enriching these field with their skills, experience and hard work. Since ancient time some women are courageous and fought for their rights. Such as Queen Elizabeth 1 who contributed her life for her country and made it a prosperous era. Queen Victoria was also one of the queen in England who ruled many countries as colonies in her era.
In recent time also some women are working hard and inspiring other women to come up. Muniba Mazari also known as the Iron lady of Pakistan who is in a wheelchair. She is an inspiration to many she also made in Forbes 30 under 30 list of 2016. Kamla Harris who become the first women vice president of the U.S.A a world power she is working towards inequality. Malala Yousafzai Pakistani activist who is fighting for women education and also won the youngest Nobel prize laureate. Tina Dabi who is an IAS officer AIR 1 has encouraged women to participate in civil services exam. Angela Dorothea Merkel German politician who is the first women chancellor of Germany since 2005. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf becomes the first women elected head of Africa. Margret Thatcher becomes English first prime minister. Indira Gandhi was first elected prime minister of India and shown the world how powerful India is. She brings out Indian policies and also made India food surplus through the Green revolution.
Today women are contributing to world GDP.till 2025 world GDP with women empowerment will grow up to $28 trillion. Today 30 per cent of MSME are held by women. There are different initiatives taken by the government and even internationally to make women participate more in society and to make it a more inclusive society. They working in both the formal and informal sector.PALAK KASHIVParticipant@palakJune 21, 2021 at 11:59 pm #32705
Nowadays women are exceptional they are very courageous and outspoken, fight for justice, and empower also there very inspiring women who have done the best work in the field and try their best to make a change in society.
Kiran bedi: she was the first Indian women who joined the Indian police service, she tried to bring various reforms and she was the first to put the idea that women can also be in police and serve the world and we are seeing women in the police it is possible only because of her.
Sushma Swaraj: she was recognized as the most strong and opinionated woman of Indian politics, she has taught that women can also have a position in Indian politics and she earned a lot of dignity and respect from people. She was the youngest cabinet minister at age of 25 also she went to the position of minister of external affairs and every woman need to learn from her. We can also call her the tigress of Indian politics.
Gulabi gang: the gulabi gang showed us how women can come together to fight for justice, they are on a mission to end the abuse of women, and it is really inspiring.
Also savitri bai phule , malala yusafzai , mary kom, Geeta phogat, babita phogat etc. there are lot more women who are true inspiration for all. Indian women are changing and growing day by day and making their position in the world.DISHA SAPKALEParticipant@42dishaJune 25, 2021 at 3:17 pm #32816
In today’s generation their are many women who work hard to achieve their career goals with self-confidence and believe in herself that makes possible to follow her dreams. And this inspiration comes from women who become leader and inspire females to achieve their dreams. The females with great example with an inspiration for all women’s as following:
1.Kamala Harris: She is first vice president of the United states. It is inspiring for all the girls and women to believe in herself to achieve their dreams and be strong and confident enough to put their point of view. And by seeing her many women who want to make career in politics in future will get inspired by her.
2.Priyanka Chopra: She is an Actress and become one of the successful and influencer celebrity in the world, who inspire lots of women to achieve their goals and she is an successful entrepreneur with own production company named as Purple Pebble Pictures (PPP). Due to which many business women gets inspired from her because of her self-confidence and strong personality.
3.Katrina Lake: she is an American Businesswoman who is the founder and CEO of Stich fix . To be an Businesswoman is not esay because of society mentality but than also her confidence and believe in herself made her successful person. She is Self-made women by seeing her many females will get confident and feel motivated towards their career.
4.Laxmi Agarwal: she an acid attack survivor, who inspire lots of women to take stand and fight back with situation. She had raise her voice against sale of spurious liquid due to which many women gets inspired from her to raise their voice against wrong.
Women all over the world day by day becoming more independent and confident to achieve their goals by getting inspired from female leaders in the world.Manpreet SinghParticipant@manpreetJuly 3, 2021 at 9:40 am #32947
Women today make their presence felt from the boardroom to Hollywood to the floor of the House of Representatives. But with movements like #MeToo and Time’s Up keeping its momentum and more women engaged in politics than ever before, women are also more powerful than ever before, in 2021 a salary divide may still remain between women and men – and more so between different racial groups. As the first woman and first vice president of Black and South Asia, Senator Kamala Harris is asserted on January 20. Joe Biden, the president-elect, has also lately nominated several women for office positions. In 2021, these are only some of the world’s strongest women.
1. In August 2020, Kamala Harris made her history as the first woman to accept the vice-presidential candidacy alongside Joe Biden, the first Black and South Asian to accept the nomination. Harris, California’s U.S. senator, had previously served as California’s attorney general. On November 7, after having been confirmed vice president-elect, Kamala Harris talked with the nation of Wilmington, Delaware, saying, “I’m not going to be the last woman to become the first woman in this office because everyone who wonders today sees a country of possibility.”
2. On 20 January, Jill Biden will be the first lady after Joe Biden is confirmed as President of the United States. Jill Biden had previously been Obama’s second lady and had been a teacher throughout her life — she will continue to play a part even when moving to the White House. She also focused on working with and campaigning for military families, emphasizing the need of community college training and women’s problems from the prevention of breast cancer and equality between women in the USA and overseas.
3. The job of President-elect Joe Biden’s vice-presidential candidate was apparently contemplated by Susan Rice. However, the former Obama manager has been lately announced to head the Domestic Policy Board or the DPC instead. Biden said she was working to “connect domestic politics, economic politics, and national security, never before,” according to NBC when she announced the post of Rice.
4. Kristen Clarke was the chairman and executive director of the National Lawyers’ Committee Under Law, before being appointed by Joe Biden as the associate civil rights attorney general. She was once the head of the New York State Public Attorney’s Office Civil Rights Office and a member of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., in the fields of voting and election law.
5. Following a special election in California’s eighth congressional district, including San Francisco, Nancy Pelosi became a congressman in 1987. Pelosi was elected as the Leader of the Democratic Chamber in 2002. In 2006, Pelosi became the House’s speaker after Democrats had taken over both the Chamber and the Senate. She was a critique of President George W. Bush’s stand on Iraq’s war and an advocate for the Affordable Care Act of President Barack Obama.Afshan IqbalParticipant@afshanMarch 26, 2022 at 12:02 pm #34625
The times have changed and it’s not just a man’s world anymore. Women are making an impact in every field and they are leading in every way. There is no place where we find women any less than men. Women are making an impact everywhere. From Politics to sports, women are shining from every nook and corner. Women are proving the predominant notions of society wrong. Each one of them fights for gender equality by simply, and powerfully, excelling in their chosen field.
Let’s take a look at some women who by their zeal are inspiring generations of women to come.
Jacinda Ardern- Prime Minister of New Zealand (2017 –) She is a woman I personally look forward to. She was the world’s youngest head of state when she was first elected Prime Minister of New Zealand in 2017, or that she is a new mum – youth and maternal instincts are only a small part of her appeal. She chooses to exhibit everyday – empathy, authenticity, tolerance and kindness. But while she might lead from a place of emotion, she is always decisive and strong in her decision-making.
Kamala Harris- Vice President of the United States of America (2021 –) When she was inaugurated as Vice President of the United States in January, she became the first woman and the first person of colour to hold the second-highest office in, arguably, the most powerful country in the world. Harris’ continual shattering of glass ceilings has not been without controversy but there is no denying her ambition, intelligence and tenacity have helped her forge a momentous path.
Tsai Ing-Wen- President of Taiwan (2016 –) Tsai Ing-Wen, the first female president of Taiwan, is a well-known admirer of Margaret Thatcher, she continues to defy all expectations of a single female leader in Asia should be. Tsai has forged her own path, making her one of the most inspiring women in leadership.
Dr Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw- India’s richest self-made woman and first female brewmaster, Dr Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has a lot to thank the humble ale for – her study of brewing beer and the fermentation sciences has led to some of her biotechnology company’s greatest discoveries.
Sheikh Hasina- Prime Minister of Bangladesh (since January 2009) – Hasina said “We believe that education is the key challenge for the nation. If we could provide education to the women and enable them with financial freedom, they would be able to face many challenges.” Enough to know her zeal.
The list of inspiring women leaders is long and never-ending. Women are equal to any gender and such women are living proof.
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