Popular Women

50 Popular Women Characters

Find out about the females who have contributed to build a flourishing society in which equality prevails. The women who inspire us today and the women who are pushing further in their efforts than ever before, breaking barriers and inspiring others to take on the world.

We’ve put together the top women across a range of fields that have all suffered hardships in various ways. A lot of them are experienced and influential public speaker and travel around the globe to promote their vital message of empowerment for women.

In no specific order In no particular order, here are some of 50 most popular women of 21st Century, who are changing the world of today.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai is the youngest Nobel Prize laureate the world has ever witnessed. The remarkable woman fought off an assassination attempt made by the Taliban in the occupied Pakistan at the age of 15 to fight for the rights of women and children, as well as their right to education.

The ability to advocate for a cause in a place in which the Taliban are a major threat, makes her a modern hero. Yousafzai has fought for life and limb for the cause she is convinced of.

Karren Brady

Also known as the first female footballer, Karren Brady has been involved in the game for more than 20 years. When she joined Birmingham City as their Managing Director in 1993, she faced an incredibly high amount of sexism throughout her time in the job, which she regularly speaks about during her speaking engagements.

A fervent advocate on behalf of women entrepreneurs, Brady can discuss this issue that is near to her heart. She encourages women to consider pursuing a business career.

Indra Nooyi

The Director of the Board at Amazon and a frequent keynote speaker for World Economic Forums, Indra Nooyi is a coveted spot in the Forbes list of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.

Experienced, knowledgeable, and a top-of-the-line Director, she’s an essential authority for international conventions.

Melinda Gates

American Philanthropist, spouse of Microsoft owner Bill Gates, Melinda Gates is now one of the top influential women around the globe because of her commitment to help communities in dire need of assistance or renovation.

Along with Bill Gates, she was presented with together with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama for their extraordinary actions.

Holly Tucker

Co-creator of the wildly popular online marketplace not on The High Street, Holly Tucker displayed her entrepreneurial skills as early as. As a tuck shop owner at school when she was a kid and it didn’t take long before she made waves in the business world.

In addition to helping in the co-founding of Not on the High Street, Holly also runs a business consulting and advice platform on which she gives advice on how to be successful in a competitive market which she is able to present at speaking events.

Jane Goodall

She is a remarkable person, extremely well-known and influential. She is (as in case you didn’t already know) an British primatologist who is widely regarded as the top expert on chimpanzees.

Her method of studying wild animals that emphasized the observation of animals over extended periods of time of social groups and individuals, altered not just how the chimpanzees (a type of an ape) as an individual are understood as well as how research of all kinds of animals are conducted. In recent times, she has become a prominent environmentalist who has lectured before thousands of people around the globe.