10 Talks by Women That Everyone Should Listen
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Nigeria is forgetting slowly but the novels of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, forgotten by the last generation, are of great importance in literature.
Mellody Hobson is president and education advocate of the company Ariel Investment.
Dr. Paula Johnson is a pioneer in looking at health like a woman.
Meera Vijayann explores women's involvement in life and politics using journalism.
Anne-Marie Slaughter has mentioned about how women make the balance between work and a life.
Sheryl Sandberg as the COO under Facebook. Her job is to make users happy.
Suzanne Talhouk is an advocate for the Arabic language. And she mentioned about power, pride and unity.
Aimee Mullins broke a record at the Paralympic Games in 1996. She later built a career as an actress and lawyer.
Tan Le is the founder and CEO of Emotiv, which conducts biological research.
Sylvia Earle, ocean explorer. 2009 TED Award winner.