Mae Reeves, 1912-2016

    A pioneering milliner, famous for her custom-made hats, and one of the first African-American women to own a business in downtown Philadelphia.
    Category: Business & Entrepreneurship, Fashion & Beauty.

  • Madonna, 1958

    Best-selling musician, singer-songwriter, dancer, and actress. Famous for her contribution to women’s sexual liberation in pop culture.
    Category: Music, Theater & Cinema, Business & Entrepreneurship, Fashion & Beauty, Philanthropy.

  • Janet Yellen, 1946

    An American economist and the first woman to serve as the Chair of the Federal Reserve from 2014 to 2018.
    Category: Business & Entrepreneurship, Economics & Finance, Academy & Education.

  • Frances Roth, 1896-1971

    A lawyer and the first woman to be admitted to the Connecticut Bar Association. The co-founder and director of the Culinary Institute of America.
    Category: Business & Entrepreneurship, Culinary, Law.

  • Taylor Swift, 1989

    Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, one of the best-selling music artists of all time, philanthropist and gender equality activist.
    Category: Music, Activism & Feminism, Business & Entrepreneurship.

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