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If you're in need of a little Black Girl Magic , we've got quite the inspiring list. From trailblazing firsts to impressive cultural shifts, in the past 20 years, these famous African American women like former First Lady Michelle Obama , Serena Williams , Tracee Ellis Ross, Tamron Hall , and Gabrielle Union , to mention a few have made a name for themselves while creating a platform for so many more to follow in their footsteps. And don't worry: We'll be updating this list regularly. Got suggestions? Let us know on Instagram , Twitter , or Facebook! Claim to fame : Writer, producer, transgender rights activist.
Sveta Bilyalova. Age: 30. A young, loving beauty with a flexible body and a delightful smile offers an unforgettable meeting with the most vivid impressions.
Beating the Odds
What Black Women Know About Getting to the Top
Any list of top CEOs reveals a stunning lack of diversity. Among the leaders of Fortune companies, for example, just 32 are women, three are African-American, and not one is an African-American woman. The authors studied the careers of the roughly 2, alumni of African descent who have graduated from Harvard Business School since its founding, focusing on the 67 African-American women who have attained top positions in corporations or professional services firms. These women thrived, they found, because of three characteristics that are key to resilience: emotional intelligence, authenticity, and agility. The women were adept at reading interpersonal dynamics and managing their own reactions; crafting their identities; and transforming obstacles into opportunities.
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20 inspiring black women who are making history in 2020
In , our economy experienced an economic crisis in which Black women lost , jobs —more than twice as many as the jobs gained by Black men. The ravages of the coronavirus have resulted in employment among Black women dropping 11 percentage points —more than any other group. The employment-to-population ratio is the share of the population who are working. These findings illustrate an ugly truth: COVID is laying bare the structural inequities that compound when race and gender intersect —inequities that may be best addressed through recentering economic policy on Black women.
Subscriber Account active since. Each February, Black History Month recognizes, remembers, and respects black people and black history. We worked to find women in a diverse range of fields, and there are few names you might not recognize, but should definitely know. In September, she became the first black woman to be awarded a Michelin star in the Michelin Guide's year history.