Top 5 Most Influential Women of All Time

In Women’s History Month, we look back at some of the most influential women of all time. Have you heard of them?

Top 5 Most Influential Women of All Time
Women’s History Month

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1. Amelia Earhart

“Women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be but a challenge to others.”

Born in Kansas, Amelia Earhart played basketball, took auto repair courses, and briefly attended college. Earheart began her flying lessons in 1920 and immediately passed her flight test by the end of 1921. She set multiple aviation records; she was the first woman to flu solo across the Atlantic, and the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to the US.

Unfortunately in 1937, Earhart disappeared over the Pacific and was declared dead in absence in 1939. The remains of her plane has never been found, and her disappearance is still one of today’s most intriguing unsolved mysteries.

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2. Eleanor Roosevelt

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady of the US back when FDR was President. As her husband found success in politics, she found her own light in public service. She redefined the role of the First Lady; advocating for human and women’s rights, she held press conferences and had her own newspaper column, My Day.

After leaving the First Lady position, Eleanor was appointed as a delegate in the UN’s General Assembly. She became chair of the UN’s Human Rights Commissions and helped write the Universal Declaration of Human Rights — one of her greatest achievements. President JFK then reappointed her as the US’s delegation to the UN, and then named her in the National Advisory Committee of the Peace Corps, as well as the chair of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women.

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3. Ada Lovelace

“The more I study, the more insatiable do I feel my genius for it to be.”

Ada Lovelace was the world’s first computer programmer, as well as an English mathematician. She’s famous for publishing an algorithm intended for computer, in which at the time hadn’t existed yet.

Ada Lovelace was ahead of her time. She unfortunately passed at the age of 36 due to cancer and it took almost 100 years after that before people started to really appreciate her notes on Babbage’s Analytical Engine, the first description for computer and software.

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4. Rosa Parks

“I would like to be remembered as a person who wanted to be free… so other people would be also free.”

Rosa Parks was a black seamstress who used to be a member of Montgomery’s African-American community and joined the Montgomery chapter of the NAACP as a chapter secretary.

In 1955, Alabama was still ruled by segregation laws and the policy in buses stated that only white citizens were allowed to sit in the front, while black citizens had to sit in the back.

That day, there were no more seats in the white section and the bus conductor had told four black passengers to stand so the white man could have a whole row to sit in. Three agreed, however, Rosa Parks refused to give her seat to a white man. She was arrested for her actions, but it started a civil rights movement across the US.

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5. Florence Nightingale

“I am of certain convinced that the greatest heroes are those who do their duty in the daily grind of domestic affairs whilst the world whirls as a maddening dreidel.”

Florence Nightingale was born into a wealthy family, yet she defied their expectations and followed her own beliefs. Since she was young, Florence was a philanthropist, helping the ill and the poor people in a village nearby her family’s estate. She pursued nursing, bringing together a team of nurses during wars to improve unsanitary conditions in hospitals, reducing death counts.

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Florence Nightingale was nicknamed the Lady with the Lamp by wounded soldiers, due to her occasional night rounds with a lamp in hand, tending soldiers. After a year and a half spent nursing soldiers and seeing the spoils for war, Florence wrote ‘Notes on Matters Affecting the Health’, ‘Efficiency and Hospital Administration of the British Army’ which got recognized and sparked a worldwide healthcare reform. She then established St. Thomas’ Hospital and the Nightingale Training School for Nurses.

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