Happy International Women’s Week!

In this week’s article we are going to talk about powerful women in the word this year and how they have changed our society.

Kamala Harris- the first woman and first Black and South Asian woman to accept the vice-presidential nomination alongside former Vice President Joe Biden.

Jill Biden, first lady, previously served as the second lady under the Obama administration and has worked as an educator throughout her life which is what she will still continue EVEN in the White House.

Susan Rice- A former national security adviser to President Obama, Susan Rice was reportedly considered for the post of President-elect Joe Biden’s vice presidential nominee.

Kathrin Jansen- The head worker and researcher on COVID-19 vaccines and more.

Queen Elizabeth II- As the longest-reigning monarch in British history, Queen Elizabeth II has held a place of power on the world stage for over 65 years.

Greta Thunberg- A 17 year old climate activist who has gathered millions of followers from people all over the world to help stop global warming.

Oprah Winfrey- We of course can’t forget Oprah, she is a powerful black woman who has accomplished speaking her mind to the world. While being a wonderful person she is also a TV show host, media executive, actress, and philanthropist.

Cynthia Marshall- As CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, Cynthia Marshall is the first black woman to serve as the team leader of an NBA team.

Kylie Jenner- The youngest ever self made billionaire after her successful cosmetics and makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics.

Rihanna- A business woman AND musician, Rihanna first found success in the early 2000s through pop hits like “Unfaithful,” “Umbrella,” “Disturbia,” “Take a Bow,” and more.

Kate McKinnon- An SNL cast member and one of the few LGBTQ+ actors on SNL.

Michelle Obama- A formal lawyer and first lady, she is on a new path with her hit book “becoming” that takes you through her journey through the White House and an insider on her life.

Last but not least, Anna Wintour- Anna is the editor and chief of Vogue, global chief content officer for Condé Nast, and artistic director for Condé Nast. Anna Wintour may be recognizable for her signature bob hairstyle and sunglasses, but she is also one of the most influential and powerful women in the fashion industry.