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For my next piece I would like to write about the women who inspire me or I have learnt many things from. Some of these women are leaders and some who inspire me everyday. 413 more words

Inspirational Woman Interview: Erica Lock Munsky

Erica Lock Munsky is the Director of Fellowship Programs at Echoing Green, an international nonprofit that provides fellowships, leadership development programs, seed-stage funding, and strategic support to social entrepreneurs. 1,422 more words

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Inspirational Woman Interview: Jen Fitzpatrick

Jen Fitzpatrick is the Founder and CEO of FEMM International, an organization focused on equipping women entrepreneurs with resources, finances, and educational tools. After teaching in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, she discovered a consistent need for children to connect with mentors who may have done poorly in school, but are extremely successful entrepreneurs so that young minds may relate. 1,063 more words

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Inspirational Woman Interview: Zuleyma Bebell

Zuleyma Bebell is the Director of Operations and Data Lead of ImpactAlpha, the leading company in impact investing journalism. Passionate about connecting people and harvesting mutually beneficial relationships, Zuleyma believes social enterprises are a vehicle for real economic growth. 1,275 more words

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Femcyclopaedia by Kirthi Jayakumar

At a time when equality and women’s empowerment were notions still unheard of, Sarla Thakur became the first Indian woman to fly an aircraft. Born in 1914, she earned an aviation pilot license in 1936 at the age of 21. 268 more words


Inspirational Woman Interview: Helene D. Gayle

Helene D. Gayle is the CEO of the McKinsey Social Initiative, a nonprofit organization that implements programs that bring together varied stakeholders to address complex global social challenges. 1,844 more words

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She was born in Iraq but attended boarding school in Switzerland to then proceed to get her degree in architecture from the UK. She was (died in 2016) brilliant at drawing, which led to her drawings of buildings happened first, and then the practical engineering of actullay making it work happen afterwards. 198 more words