Accomplished Women Making News Headlines In Politics

Business has long been thought to be a man’s world. Let’s face it they have dominated the business arena for decades, however, there were women who were determined to not be relegated to a homemaker, teacher, or secretary; forged ahead and blazed trails. They created a lane for themselves in a world monopolized by their male counterparts and made it possible for other women to follow their exampled. These women are respected not just as formidable women executives Read the rest of this entry »

Today’s Accomplished Women Making News Headlines

Now, more than ever, women are making headlines all over the world. Here are three women who are making headlines and accomplishing great things

Meg Whitman: While she failedto become governor of California, she has accomplishedplentyin the private sector. In the past, she ran eBay and did a phenomenal job. Currently, she is the CEO of Hewlett-Packard and is currently turning the company around.

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner: Argentina’s first female Read the rest of this entry »

Women Exceeding Their Own Expectations While Changing History

Women Exceeding Their Own Expectations While Changing History

Women have made history since history began, of course, but recent events remind us how women continue to make to great strides towards gaining success and power equal to that of men.

Let’s first look at American politics. The current Congress, the 113th, has more women than any previous Congress, including 20 female senators. All six female senators up for reelection in 2012 prevailed. And a heavy favorite to win the 2016 presidential election is a woman: former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Susana Read the rest of this entry »

Current News About Notable Women In Our Society

Hillary Clinton is a notable women in our society. Hillary Clinton was a prominent person in our society before her husband became the 42nd president of the United States. Hillary Clinton is currently serving as the 67th U.S. secretary of state. It can be argued that this is the 2nd most powerful position in the world. She is an intricate part of foreign policy in this country and spent time in the situation room during the mission to kill Osama Bin Laden.

Women have also Read the rest of this entry »

The Women That Are Movers And Shakers In Business Today

We often like to read about the most powerful women in business, or the biggest money winners. Here we’ll look at the “most admired.”

A poll is underway on the Internet that features four of the most admired movers and shakers in business today. Each tells her own, innermost secrets for her success. Here are the winners so far.

What is most interesting is that all of them are media stars.

Sheryl Sandberg is COO of a leading social network. She says: “Live the moment and don’t be afraid to take risks”. Sheryl prides herself in the fact that she took jobs at start ups when she had all the talent and brains to move to a more established company.

Marissa Meyer also took a risk and joined a small start up company in 1999. She was the first female engineer among a group to 20. Her persistence paid off. Now Vice President, she spends the greater part of her workday at her main assignments, but is able to spend some time letting her imagination create new projects.

Oprah Winfrey is a powerhouse. We all know of her accomplishments.
Since leaving her daytime TV show, she is now starting her own cable network. Her advice: “Learn to embrace your power.” That she did, naming herself CEO of her own network.

Anne Sweeney is another powerhouse. At age 53, she is President of a leading TV division. Her advice is a bit different. She attributes her success to being a team player. Anne says: “Don’t try to imitate the behavior of others. Don’t try to be the smartest or be too quick on the trigger when it comes to answering questions” Having raised an autistic son, she says: “Learn to accept help.”

Model Wives – Take a Look

If you’re getting married you may be wondering what your life as a wife will hold besides housekeeping and researching sites like to ensure a happy home. The good news is that married women are doing great things – take your cues from some of our favorite wives:
Hillary Clinton: She’s done it all, from First Lady to Senator herself and we think that’s quite a feat. If you want to see what the modern wife looks like from head to toe, Hillary’s a great example.
Katy Perry: She’s a newlywed but we think it’s great what this young diva is doing. She’s able to carry on a successful, independent music career while being married to a star of his own right, Russell Brand. She’s the model for living your own way while being married.
Laurene Jobs: Steve Jobs’ widow was rarely heard from but she’s been credited for softening the tech giant and supporting him through some of his greatest successes. There’s something to be said for a silent but important partner as it seems Laurene certainly was.

Recent News On Accomplished Women Making History Today

Amelia Earhart, Marie Curie, Cleopatra, Marie Antoinette and Princess Diana and Mother Theresa.. These women are not just known for their beauties but also became famous all over the world because they have proven that there is actually no imaginary boundary dividing what women can and cannot do. They set no limits to their talents and intellects, nor did they listen to the stereotypical opinions of others.

The rise of feminine history didn’t stop there. A lot of women have already dominated the Read the rest of this entry »

Incredible Accomplishments By The Amazing Women Amongst Us

America has produced some of the most notable women in history. And most recently at the Google Science Fair a few more have taken one step closer to their own life of achievements. Shree Bose was the winner of the 17 and 18 year old category for her study on Cisplatin. Naomi Shaw won the 15 and 16 year old division for her project dealing with the effects of the environment on lung function. Lauren Hodge won the 13 and 14 year old area of science around marinade ingredients and its effects on producing PHIP. These girls are among the first in a while from America Read the rest of this entry »

Women And Their Noteworthy Accomplishments Making The News

Annie Lennox is a huge advocate for women’s rights and HIV prevention. She was recently honored by Queen Elizabeth with The Officer of the Order of the British Empire Award for her contribution to AIDS Awareness. Annie has also been very outspoken about the violence and riots happening all across the U.K. Another woman who has had many, many accomplishments in the news is Angelina Jolie. Angelina’s private life hasn’t been the best, but she is an advocate of so many things.The whole story can be found at She is a Goodwill Ambassador, helping children all over the world, even down to adopting several from Read the rest of this entry »

Women And Their Accomplishments Impacting Our Society Today

I was thinking just the other day about women and their accomplishments and how those accomplishments impact our society. I discovered that it is amazing how society has changed and grown because women stepped out of their homes and demanded to be treated as important, real people. They demanded not to be treated as second class citizens any longer and kept in a tidy, little box known as their home. Many years ago, but in reality not that long ago, women started realizing that they could get an education and a degree.Never heard of this before? Get up to speed here. They started demanding their Read the rest of this entry »

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