21 Inspiring Women Who Ventured To Change The WorldTranslate

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Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, once said, “Any woman who understands the problems of running a home will be nearer to understanding the problems of running a country”. There is no doubt that woman are superior to men ─ history has scores of proofs. Many women have been successful in changing the course of history and every men on earth feels proud to salute them.

Commemorating Women’s Equality Day, Dimplify has selected few women who have reached on top of the world and have contributed a lot for the world.

Women’s Equality Day is celebrated on 26th August. The day is proclaimed by the United States President each year to commemorate granting of the vote to women through the country, as women in United States were granted rights to vote on 26th August 1920. 

#1. Rosa Parks, Child Rights Activists

#1. Rosa Parks, Child Rights Activists

An African-American Civil Rights Activists, Rosa Parks is also popularly known as “The First Lady of Civil Rights” and “The Mother of Freedom Movement”. Parks' act of disobedience and the Montgomery Bus Boycott became significant incident of modern Civil Rights Movement.

#3. Elisa Leonida Zamfirescu, The World’s First Female Engineer.

#3. Elisa Leonida Zamfirescu, the world’s first female engineer.

Born in Romania, Elisa was the first women member of A.G.I.R. (General Association of Romanian Engineers). She had worked at Geological Institute of Romania as an assistant. She joined Red Cross during World War I. After the end of the war, she went back to the institute and led several laboratories. She had also taught physics and chemistry. 

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