Sally Armstrong is sometimes called “the war correspondent for the world’s women.” Her beat is to find out what happens to women and girls.
Fawn Germer is the best-selling author of eight books and is one of two women on the Guru List of the top 25 leadership speakers in the world.
Tami Briggs is a Therapeutic Harpist. She is a pioneer in the harp therapy field and a national speaker, composer, and recording artist.
Misty Copeland is considered a prodigy who rose to stardom despite not starting ballet until the age of 13. She became the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer in American Ballet Theatre.
Susanna Ausema lead ranger at Wolf Creek Education Center in Redwood National & State Parks. She tells us her thoughts on the importance of getting children outdoors to experience our national parks.
Rochelle Ballantyne is determined to become the first African American woman to reach Chess Master status in the United States—a title only 50 other women have earned, none of whom are women of color.
Christiane Amanpour underscores the need for gender equality in all aspects of society and specifically in and through media. She says, “I’ve tried to put the spotlight on people who are struggling for their rights, or the right to stay alive.”
Nicha Madhulika has a huge fan base from all over the world. About 70,000-80,000 people visit her studio kitchen daily, through YouTube.
Watch this video to see how word of a simple small act can spread around the world.
Fiorella Kis-Major is a passionate advocate of women nourishing the Goddess within.