10 Incredible Women, You Won’t Believe Exist in 2021


From home-makers to the house of representatives, women have registered their presence throughout the world. Brushing away the dist some incredible women have changed the world.

Whether it’s Angela Markel, Kamala Harris, Melinda Gates, Opera Winfrey, Marry Barra or Susan Wojcicki, the world has witnessed their brilliance and exceptional recital in tech, politics, finance and business.

In 2021, women are more powerful than ever. They are outspoken, expressive and know their rights. They know self-respect and equality is their born-right. 

Furthermore, if we talk about the entertainment industry, women are accepted in every size, colour and shape. The beauty standards have changed, and the incredible thing is that people have started taking the equality and presence of women in every field and profession of the world. 

So, KUDOS to women empowerment and to those who proved themselves in different arenas and made women proud throughout the world. 

Let’s look at the portfolios of 10 incredible women you won’t believe, exist in 2021.

1. Kamala Harris:

Kamala Harris is an incredible woman who made history on January 20, 2021, by becoming the first women Vice President of the United States. 

She is the first Asian American and African-American highest-ranking female elected official in US history. While addressing the nation, she said, “While I may be the first women in this office, I will not be the last, because every girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities.”

This 56 years old superwoman has previously served as 32nd Attorney general of California.

2. Susan Rice: 

Susan Elizabeth Rice is an American diplomat, policy advisor and public adviser. She is currently serving as a Director of the United States Domestic Policy Council. 

Rice is an African American, and she served as United States Ambassador to the United Nations till 2009-2013. Also, she performed her duties as a National Security Advisor of the United States to President Obama since 2013-2017.

This woman of substance proved that woman could be incredible in all uprights. 

3. Susan Wojcicki:

Wojcicki was behind the revenue-generation of Google in 2000 by introducing AdWords, click-per-view advertisements, and AdSense. 

Currently, she is leading YouTube with more than 1 billion monthly users.

4. Angela Markel:

Angela Markel is on #1 in the list of Forbes, most influential women of the world. She is the most recognizable female leaders in the world and is currently serving as German Chancellor.

Serving her fourth term as German Vice-Chancellor, she is an influential voice in the world’s stage and first-ever female Chancellor of Germany.

She was elected in 2005 and was then re-elected in 2009, 2013 and 2018. 

5. Rihanna:

This pop star is famous throughout the globe. Rihanna has also found success in multiple mega business ventures, including her makeup, lingerie, and high-fashion clothing line.

Besides being a superstar and successful businesswoman, Rihanna has always been outspoken about women’s rights and against domestic violence. 

6. Serena Williams:

Serena Williams is a professional tennis player and has won 23 grand slam singles titles and four Olympic gold medals.

This iron woman is also an advocate of women rights and equality.

7. Oprah Winfrey:

Who has not seen The Oprah Winfrey Show? It is the highest-rated program of its kind in the history of television. The program ran in national syndication of 25 long years (1986-2011).

Oprah Winfrey is among the list of Forbes, as most influential women in the world. She is an actress, host, producer, and philanthropist.

She owns Harpo Inc., Weight Watchers, True Food Kitchen, Oatly, Apeel Sciences, Oxygen Media, Way wire, Oprah Winfrey Academy of Girls, and Oprah Angel’s Network.

This black beauty sponsors charities worldwide and is outspoken against child abuse.

Being a black woman, she has a soft corner for underprivileged South African girls. Hence, she opened a $40 million for disadvantaged girls there.

Oprah Winfrey’s current net worth is an estimated $3.5 billion.

8. Sarah Al-Amiri:

Sarah Al-Amiri is the minister of states for Advanced Technologies and chairs the UAE State Agency.

She launched the Mars mission, which is the first interplanetary venture of any Arab nation.

9. Malala Yousafzai:

Malala is the pride of Pakistan and the youngest one to receive the Nobel Prize laureate. She is a social activist for female education.

Though a misfortune leads her to leave her paradise. This bird of heaven has used the international platform is the most effective way possible to speak for women rights and equality in the world.

10. Zarifa Ghafari:

The name may be lesser-known, but the achievement of Zarifa Ghafari is incredible. At 26, she is the first female mayor of Afghanistan.

Yes, you heard it right; she is the first-ever female mayor of male-dominated Afghanistan. The tigress is fearlessly working on a clean city project and women empowerment in the region.

These were the 10 incredible women in the world.

Women have been playing their role effectively till the world came into existence. There are plenty of women who transformed the world and make it a better place to live.

let us pay little tribute to them by remembering them.

Women Who Transformed the World:

  • Marie Sklodowska Curie (1867-1934):

Marie Curie is the first person ever to receive the second Nobel Prize for her achievements. This woman of action founded the new science of Radioactivity; she invented even the word. Along with her husband, she co-founded the two new elements Polonium and Radium.

Also, she was the first woman Professor at the University of Paris. 

  • Rosa Parks (1913-2005)




Rosa was an African-American who started protesting against racial segregation in the US. Her protests sparked the civil rights movement and won in 1960 to get equal rights eventually. Barack Obama became the President of the US after four years of her death. Her contribution toward the civil right movement was a potential reason behind the election of first-ever African-American as a President. 



  • Emmeline Pankhurst (1858-1928):



Imprisoned 13 times in her lifetime, we owe this woman a life who struggled for the right of the parliamentary vote for women in Edwardian Britain. 

She had a charismatic persona and a robust leadership quality.






  • Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)

Ada was the gifted mathematician and the first computer transformer. Now you can proudly say the field that is considered men oriented was struck first by a woman.

  • Margaret Thatcher:




Thatcher was the first and longest-served female Prime minister of Britain. She was profoundly known as Iron lady for making firm, and strong opinions. 



The list of Incredible women in the world is never-ending. Many have come and a lot of them will be coming till the end of the world. KUDOS! to women empowerment and we believe the world will become a much better place to live as women have left their nests to fly high.

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