Women who are changing the worldBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/women-who-are-changing-the-world
Women have changed the world at all times, but in modern society they have a special influence on everything that happens.
The American magazine TIME has prepared a multimedia special project called "The First: women leaders Who are changing the world" (TIME Firsts: Women Leaders Who Are Changing the World). All the shots for the project were shot on an iPhone by Louise Dor, a 22-year-old photographer from Brazil. The project brought together more than four dozen of the most influential American women who became pioneers in various fields. The first female commander of a spaceship, the first beauty blogger to earn $ 800 million, the first woman to lead the Anglican Church…
Let's take a look at the 25 brightest representatives of this list, which brought together such different people as Hillary Clinton and Selena Gomez.
Eileen Marie Collins is the first female commander of a spacecraft.
Ellen Degeneres is a TV presenter, actress, the first woman to admit her homosexuality on television.
Ilhan Omar-made history by becoming the first Muslim woman member of the US Congress, winning the fight for a seat in the legislature.
Ann Dunwoody-became the first woman to receive the rank of general of the US Army and four stars on the shoulder straps.
Serena Williams is the only one among men and women who has won a career "Golden Slam" in singles and doubles.
Aretha Franklin-American singer became the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For 75 years, Franklin has received 18 Grammy Awards.
Sylvia Earle is the first woman to become a leading scientist of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
May Jamison is the first "colored" woman who flew into orbit on the Endeavour transport spacecraft in 1992.
Oprah Winfrey was the youngest correspondent at CBS and became the first black female reporter for Nashville television.
Rita Moreno received the four highest awards related to show business — "Grammy", "Emmy", "Oscar" and "Tony".
Gabrielle Douglas became the first African-American gymnast who managed to win in the absolute and team standings of the Olympic Games.
Carla Hayden-became the first woman and the first African-American woman to head the Library of Congress since its creation.
Melinda Gates is the first woman to donate $ 40 billion to charity.
Ava Duvernay became the first black woman to be nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Director for the film "Selma".
Danica Patrick won the Indy Japan 300 in 2008, becoming the first woman to ever win an IndyCars race.
Cindy Sherman is a famous photographer, the first woman to earn $ 1 million from her pictures.
Catherine Jefferts Shorey is the first woman to stand at the head of the Anglican Episcopal Church in the United States.
Lori Robinson is the first woman to become an Air Force general.
Madeleine Albright became the first woman to hold the post of US Secretary of State.
Alice Waters, the first female chef to receive the James Beard Award for Outstanding Achievements in the kitchen.
Patricia Bath is the first woman and the first African-American woman to patent a method of laser treatment of cataracts.
Katherine Smith is the first female coach in the history of the NFL.
Michelle Fan is the founder of beauty blogging on YouTube, the first woman who founded a company with a capital of $ 800 million thanks to the Internet.
Hillary Clinton is the first woman to reach the final of the US presidential election, having won the primaries.
Candice Kane became the first transgender actress to receive a large role of a trans character in the main cast of the series.
Selena Gomez is the first woman whose number of followers on Instagram has reached 100 million.