Candy Chang is an artist, designer, urban planner, and a Senior TED Fellow, who created the acclaimed “Before I Die” project.
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.
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.
KC Baker is an international women’s thought leader. She believes that the key to positive transformation in our world lies in supporting women in unleashing the brilliance of their voices.
Luisah Teish’s work engages every aspect of life–from singing, dancing and storytelling to rituals observing the cycles of life.
Jacki Zehner believes that a more gender-egalitarian world is a more just world for all and serves in a variety of roles to further that vision.
Christiane Northrup, M.D. is a Women’s Health Expert, Visionary Health Pioneer, Wellness Speaker, and New York Times Best-Selling Author
Pop superstar Katy Perry talks about taking on the role of UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. She will work to engage young people in speaking out about the issues they believe in and to come up with solutions to those challenges.