Top 8 Most Inspiring Women in The Modern Time

There is no doubt that the history is full of inspiring and effective women who played important roles in the ancient areas. In the modern age, many inspiring women inspire us by their success, charity, and the power of facing circumstances and problems. I choose the most eight inspiring women in the modern age to present them for you;

8: Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton was the first lady of Arkansas in 1983 and then the United States in 1993. She was the first lady to be a candidate for elected office in 1999 and she won and served for two periods. She also was a candidate in America Presidential Race in 2016.

7: Indira Gandhi

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Indira Gandhi was the Indian Prime Minister for 15 years. She was one of the democracy founders in India before her assassination in 1984.

6:  Queen Elizabeth

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Queen Elizabeth is the ruler of United Kingdom for almost 60 years now. She helped the country in many hard times through many years.

5: J.K Rowling

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J.K Rowling is the writer of  Harry Potter series. She has sold 400 million copies worldwide. She gets rid of her poverty to become a multi-millionaire after her book’s worldwide success.

4: Oprah Winfrey

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Oprah Winfrey, a generous Philanthropist, is one of the most powerful women in the modern world. Her wealth today is worth $2.7 billion although being born to a poor single mother in Mississippi.

3: Angela Merkel

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Angela Merkel is the Chancellor of Germany from 2005 till now. For the first time, a female takes the position of a chancellor in the most powerful European economy.

2: Benazir Bhutto

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She was the first woman to head a Muslim state, Pakistan as a prime minister. She was responsible for the ending of military dictatorship in her country and fought for women rights. In 2007, Bhutto was assassinated in a suicide attack.

1:  Princess Diana

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Princess Diana was known as “people’s princess”. She devoted her life to charity work and she led a Nobel Peace Prize-winning campaign to ban landmines.