About 40% Representation on the Time’s 100 List: Getting Closer!


Thirty-eight remarkable women in entertainment, law, business, politics, advocacy, and design all made it to the Time’s “100 Most Influential People in the World” list this year.

Yes, it’s true that 40% is not 50%…but we’ve come a long way!

Here we chose Anchal’s top four favorites, based on our passion for women’s rights, design, and business.

Samira Ibrahim – Plaintiff – Women’s rights

Sued the Egyptian military for subjecting her to a “virginity test.”

Manal al-Sharif – Protestor – Women’s rights

Launched a campaign that encourages women to drive in Saudi Arabia.

Sheryl Sandberg – Business leader – Business

A former at Google, Sheryl is now Chief Operating Office of Facebook.

Check out this amazing TED talk by her if you haven’t already.

Sarah Burton – Fashion – Design

English Fashion designer heading the Alexander McQueen brand and designer of the Middleton’s Royal wedding dress.

PS: We also really loved this Forbes article about how numerous write-ups mentioned working mothers, but that none mentioned working dads.

Who were some of your favorite picks? Let us know by commenting below. Here’s the full-list!




One response »

  1. Among my favorites is Maryam Durani – Afghanistan – the owner and operator of a radio station that focuses on women’s issues and a member of the Kandahar provincial council. Durani stands up for the region’s women with remarkable bravery. She is, inevitably, a target for the Taliban, who believe in a highly restricted role for women in Afghan society, and has survived several assassination attempts.

    Read more: http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,2111975_2111976_2112120,00.html #ixzz1sd2gwah9

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