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Amanda Gorman: The Hill We Climb

At the inauguration of President Biden, Amanda Gorman captivated audiences across the globe with the delivery of her poem, ‘The Hill We Climb’. At the age of 22, Gorman has received international acclaim, and will be releasing three books over the...

Michelle Obama: Healthy eating

Michelle Obama is an American attorney and author who served as the First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. She was the first African-American woman to serve in this position. On March 16th 2021 Michelle Obama launched her own Netflix show Waffles and Mochi. She has described...

Kamala Harris: A Bold Leader Making History

Yesterday, US President Joe Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure and Jobs Act into law. The historic deal will provide vast investment in American infrastructure including roads, bridges, and high-speed internet. It represents a key success for him and Vice President Kamala...

Jacinda Ardern – Covid Response

Jacinda Ardern and her cabinet were highly praised for their early handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in New Zealand. Unlike many countries, New Zealand was placed into a stringent total lockdown and implemented strict border controls soon after recording the first...

Coronavirus and female leadership: Angela Merkel

Throughout the pandemic, attention has rightly been on world leaders and their policies. In particular, the media has discussed the relationship between national female leaders and their effectiveness of handling the pandemic. Studies have been conducted and found that ‘gender ‘really’...

Dr Kathy Sullivan: The woman making history in sea and space

Dr Kathy Sullivan is an American geologist and a former NASA astronaut. Sullivan was admitted into Nasa's class of 1978. It was the first recruitment drive that brought women into its astronaut ranks. Kathy Sullivan's first mission set off on 5 October 1984; it was the 13th flight of Nasa's Space...

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala uniquely qualified to promote equitable multilateral economics in WTO Role

Following her recent election as the first female and first African Director-General of the WTO, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala faces a unique set of challenges. Dr Okonjo-Iweala is taking charge of the international institution at an incredibly sensitive time for global trade, with...

Nancy Pelosi condemns spike in anti-Asian violence during Lunar New Year celebrations

Nancy Pelosi has taken a vocal stance on a new spate of violence directed towards Asian-Americans during their celebrations of the Lunar New Year, condemning what appear to be racially motivated assaults that have led to the death of at least...

Abigail Johnson’s ‘phenomenal’ women strategy

Abigail Johnson Fidelity CEO Abigail Johnson has made a habit of appointing women to top roles. In a recent statement, a spokeswoman for the business said: "Fidelity strongly believes that women are a critical...

Emma Watson

Last week was the inaugural Earthshot Awards, initiated by the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The foundation hope to incentivise innovators to...

Mary Barra: One of the World’s Most Influential People

Mary Barra has been in the news again after being announced as one of the world’s most influential people. Time magazine released their list recently and...

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Jane Fraser Leads the Sale of Banamex

Jane Fraser, CEO of Citigoup, has announced that the major U.S. Bank will shed the consumer, small-business and middle-market banking operations of subsidiary Citibanamex, in a further indication of the long term plan to exit...

Preet Chandi becomes first woman of colour to ski solo to south pole

Preet Chandi has become the first woman of colour to reach the south pole. The army physiotherapist nicknamed ‘Polar Preet’ finished her journey in 40 days, five days ahead of schedule.  Chandi, who is now thought...

Betty White – Career Perspective

Betty White, a Television Golden Girl, has passed away at 99. She was responsible for two of the most memorable characters in sitcom history – Sue Ann Nivens on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and...

Emma Raducanu wins Sports Personality of the Year

The teenage US Open champion Emma Raducanu has been voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2021. The tennis star won an amazing victory at Flushing Meadows in 2021 and ended a 44 year wait...

Woment’s report on the Financial Times’ 25 Most Influential Women of 2021

The Financial Times has announces its 25 Most Influential Women of 2021. According to Roula Khalaf, editor of the Financial Times, the unranked list is a ‘celebration, of course’ but it also provides a lens...

The BBC’s 100 Women of 2021 Revealed

The BBC’s 100 Women of 2021 Revealed   The BBC has revealed its list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world in 2021. According to the BBC, this year, they chose to highlight “those...

Susan Wojcicki – YouTube CEO Championing Mental Health

Last month, YouTube announced that they would be removing the dislike counter from all YouTube videos. Google’s video site said the move is designed to stop “dislike attack” harassment campaigns.  Whilst the dislike button itself is...

Female Entrepreneurs who are Changing the World

“They let you dream just to watch them shatter; you’re just a step on the Boss Man’s ladder, but you’ve got dreams he’ll never take away.” - Dolly Parton -   The last ten years has seen...

Natalie Morales leaves the Today Show after 22 years

After 22 years as a news journalist for the TODAY show, Natalie Morales has announced that she will be stepping down and moving to a new adventure in journalism.  She joined the TODAY show in 2006...

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Natalie Morales leaves the Today Show after 22 years

After 22 years as a news journalist for the TODAY show, Natalie Morales has announced that she will be stepping down and moving to...

Preet Chandi becomes first woman of colour to ski solo to south pole

Preet Chandi has become the first woman of colour to reach the south pole. The army physiotherapist nicknamed ‘Polar Preet’ finished her journey in...

Abigail Johnson’s ‘phenomenal’ women strategy

Abigail Johnson Fidelity CEO Abigail Johnson has made a habit of appointing women to top roles. In a recent statement, a spokeswoman for the business said: "Fidelity strongly believes that women are...

Christine Lagarde and the European Central Bank’s Perspective on Bitcoin

The first female President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde, has held the position since November 2019. A French politician, businesswoman and...

Amanda Gorman with Michelle Obama for TIME

‘I am the hurricane that comes every single year, and you can expect to see me again soon.’ Amanda Gorman, 2021 Following her success at Joe...
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