Modeconnect.com Fashion News – April 30 2014 - #Award-winning Robin Givhan to return to @ WashingtonPost in June as #fashion critic & writer.
Noorjahan Akbar, undergraduate student at Dickinson College, has been featured in Forbes' annual "Most Powerful Women in the World", nominated for the science and math category for co-founding Young Women for Change.
Marlee Matlin is an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award recipient at the age of 21 because of her revolutionary role in “Children of a Lesser God.” She is currently a cast member of the hit drama TV series, Switched at Birth. She has been on many roles and starred in a lot of films and as well as made a lot of guest star appearances on multiple television series such as The L Word, Picket Fences and many more. http://www.thextraordinary.org/marlee-matlin#biography
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Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (Oct. 4, 1942 - ) She became Iceland's first female Prime Minister and the world's first openly lesbian head of government on 1 February 2009.
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Beth Sellars has served as curator of Suyama Space since she co-founded the gallery with George Suyama in 1998. Working as a museum curator in the Pacific Northwest since 1975,
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Somali-Dutch-American feminist & atheist activist known for her critical views of female genital mutilation and Islam. She wrote the screenplay for Theo van Gogh's film Submission, after which she and the director both received death threats; the director was later murdered. She has written an autobiography titled Infidel.
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