LeTonya F. Moore, JD is an attorney, entrepreneur, and minister, turned self-help author. She is the founder of #SheMatters, a grassroots community initiative to promote positive images of women and girls globally.
Joumana Haddad is a Lebanese poet, translator, journalist and women’s rights activist. She has been selected as one of the world’s 100 most powerful Arab women for three years in a row by Arabian Business Magazine.
Rachel Maddow is host of the Emmy Award-winning “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC, which was the most successful show launch in MSNBC history.
Hillary Clinton officially accepts the Democratic nomination for president at the Democratic National Convention on Jul 28, 2016, becoming the first woman to win the nomination from a major party.
Anastasia Somoza is an international disability rights advocate, speaker and consultant with the Shield Institute, an organization that enables people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live full, meaningful lives.
Tao Porchon Lynch, 97-years-old, is the oldest yoga instructor in the world and a master Yoga teacher. She has trained and certified hundreds of yoga instructors.
Vivian Glyck is the founder of Just Like My Child Foundation. Their vision is to create a dramatic improvement in the world’s health, economic stability, and environment by empowering vulnerable adolescent girls to achieve their full potential.
Melinda Gates is a businesswoman, philanthropist, and co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. One of her main focuses is empowering women and girls.
Alex Okoroji, the QUEEN of EXPRESSION, is a Nigerian Actress, Writer, TV Personality, Talk Radio Host, Speaker, Author, Podcaster and Self-help Mentor.
Joan Barnes was the creator and CEO of Gymboree, a billion dollar international brand and the owner of the successful Yoga Studio. Now she is a sought after speaker and author of “Play it Forward: From Gymboree to the Yoga Mat and Beyond.”