Inspiring Thursday: Niloofar Rahmani

  “She wanted to be a female pilot and defend her country, and she does not believe being a woman must prevent her from her dream”. Niloofar Rahmani was born in 1991 in Afghanistan. Since she was a child, she dreamed of flying over Afghanistan’s sky. So, she started to improve her English to enrol …

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Inspiring Thursday: Pardis Sabeti

“My father took one of the toughest jobs in the government because he cared about his nation more than himself. His courage and conviction have always driven me to want to make a difference.” Pardis Sabeti is an Iranian American scientist and scholar in biology and genetics. Her research focuses on developing a genetic algorithm …

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Inspiring Thursday: Sanna Marin

“We do have a problem with women, but we also have a problem with men. It’s very important that we realise it’s not a women’s issue, it’s a people issue.” Sanna Marin was born in 1985 in Helsinki, Finland. Her parents divorced when she was very young. After the separation, she was raised by her …

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Inspiring Thursday: Jacinda Ardern

“I want to be a good leader and not a good lady leader. I don’t want to be known as the woman who gave birth.” Jacinda Ardern was born in Hamilton, New Zealand in 1980. She attended a state school in Morrinsville and Murupara where she also grew up. After that, she studied and in …

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