Women Who Inspired - 2020 Edition


Women are powerful no one can deny it. Be it politics or business or home or army, women have established themselves and shown the world that they are not equal but better than men and can take up any work they want.

Where women like the first women of color vice-president, Kamla Harris made an imprint on US politics and wonderous tennis player Serena Williams made an imprint in the world of sports.


They became and came out as the real wonder women for all the people and not just women but men as well. They possess the power to change the world and can make the whole room stand when they enter the room.


Let's get to know about some of these wonderful women. Here are 26 most influential women in the world that have come up as a role model for all the young boys and girls, who one day wish to be the one to make a difference in the world.


  • Kamala Harris – Vice President-Elect 


  • Jill Biden – Future First Lady


  • Susan Rice – Former National Security Adviser to President Obama


  • Kristen Clarke – Nominee for Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice


  • Ivanka Trump – Senior Adviser to President Trump


  • Nancy Pelosi – Speaker of the US House of Representatives


  • Greta Thunberg – Climate Activist

  • Oprah Winfrey – Media Executive, Actress, Television, Producer, and Philanthropist


  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – Representative for New York’s 14th Congressional District


  • Anna Wintour – Editor in Chief of Vogue


  • Christine Legarde – President of the European Central Bank


  • Angela Merkel – Chancellor of Germany


  • Melinda Gates – CoFounder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


  • Sheryl Sandberg – COO of Facebook


  • Cynthia Marshall - CEO of the Dallas Mavericks


  • Radhika Jones – Editor in Chief of Vanity Fair


  • Marry Barra – CEO of General Motors Company


  • Susan Wojcicki – CEO of Youtube


  • Kartin Jakobsdottir – Prime Minister of Iceland


  • Michelle Obama – Former Lawyer and First Lady


  • Christine Lagarde – President of the European Central Bank


  • Sonia Sotomayor – United States Supreme Court Justice


  • Safra Catz – CEO of Oracle


  • Ruth Porat – CFO of Alphabet (Google’s Parent Company)


  • Ellen DeGeneres – Talk Show Host and Comedian


  • Serena Williams – Professional Tennis Player


From being the first lady of the United States to being prominent political figures and businesswomen, women have held great power in the world event.


From providing an influence at a young age or mere 15-16 to being of the age 55-60 these women have left their mark on the world. They have tried to make this world a better place.


They have taught women and other young girls, that if they can do it so can you. Nothing is impossible if you believe in yourself. Who knows you can be the next president of the USA or the first YOU.


The pay gap between men and women for the same job is decreasing and it is no doubt that it is the work of women who decided that no more discrimination.


They have made it clear that if you decide yes you can. You are a princess sweet as candy, but when messed up with you are no less of a warrior, a fire that can burn the world.




Written By Tanu

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