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An advocate of women’s issues for more than 30 years, Wilson is founder and president emeritus of The White House Project, co-creator of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work ® Day, and author of Closing the Leadership Gap:
Mae Jemison, a doctor, was the first African American woman to be selected for the National Aeronautic and Space Administration’s (NASA’s) astronaut training program and was the first African American woman to travel in space.
In Yemen, a 32-year-old mother of three may have seemed an unlikely leader of the fight to overthrow the president, but Karman—a journalist and human rights activist who heads the group Women Journalists without Chains,
Claire Chiang is a social activist, entrepreneur, and author. She was Singapore’s Woman of the Year in 1999 and is a formerNominated Member
Dr. Ranjana Kumari is a prominent activist and widely regarded as a leading force in the womenâ€™s movement in India. Dr. Ranjana Kumari is Director of the Centre for Social Research (CSR), President of Women Power Connect (WPC) India
Grace Lee Boggs is a human rights and community activists who has struggled to better the lives of Detroit’s citizens for the past fifty years. Grace Lee Boggs turned 100 on June 27, 2015.