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Women’s History Month: Women who Changed the World.

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are honouring all women around the world that work for the better.

From space investigation to computer programming, their achievements have formed our reality, yet they additionally keep on moving us to shape our future.

We gathered some information about some heroines that inspire us:

Michele Obama

Michelle Obama 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. And the wife of former President Barack Obama.

As the first woman, Obama filled in as a good example for ladies and functioned as a promoter for destitution, mindfulness, schooling, nourishment, active work, and healthy eating. She upheld American creators and was viewed as a fashion icon.

Even after her husband's presidency,Obama's influence has remained high, in 2020 she was rewarded with the title “Most admired woman in America.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai Is a Pakistan activist for female education and a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, besides that she is also the youngest woman to achieve a Nobel Prize, and the second one in all Pakistan.

Malala is known for human rights, specifically the education of women and children.

She was reworded with the title “the country's most prominent citizen”

On 9 October 2012, while on a bus, after taking an exam, Yousafzai and two other girls were shot by a Pakistan gunman.

After her recovery, Malala became an activist for the rights of education and to top this all of she was the most famous teenager all around the world.

Karren Brady

Karren is CEO of West Ham United Football Club, one of the leading London Premier League football clubs

Karren Brady was voted business women of the year and also she was rated amond 50 most inspirational individuals in the world.

Karren is enthusiastic regarding business and the advancement of ladies in business in the UK.

Brady has long been renowned for championing the cause of women in business, she has more than once called upon her kindred female experts to assist females that try to make their way in the business world.

Cecilia Grierson

Cecilia Grierson was a physician, activist, inventor, reformer, and the first woman to receive a medical degree in Argentina.She also founded the first nursing school in Argentina.She Became one of a relatively small number of Argentine ladies in the scholarly world or from high society who upheld women's liberation and the ladies' liberation development that had been created in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Ada Lovelace

You might think that being the daughter of one of the most known poets would inspire you to pursue a career in the arts, but not so for Ada,daughter of George Gordon aka Lord Byron.

Lovelace made her first mark in a very unexpected field:Computers, in fact she is known as the first computer programmer, nearly a century before the first modern computers were built.

Angela Dorothea Merkel

Merkel is a retired German politician and scientist who served as the chancellor of Germany from 2005 to 2021.

Merkel was the first female chancellor of Germany. During her time as a chancellor, Markel was frequently referred to as the “De facto leader” of the European Union and the most powerful woman in the world.

Melinda French Gates

Melinda is an American philanthropist and former computer scientist and also general manager of Microsoft.

French Gates has consistently been ranked as one of the world's most powerful women by Forbes.In 2000, she and her then-husband Bill Gates co-founded the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world's largest private charitable organisation as of 2015.

French Gates' first occupation was mentoring youngsters in mathematics and computer programming. After graduation, she turned into an advertising administrator with Microsoft, being liable for the advancement of multimedia products.

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