extraordinary women

Margherita Hack is one of our absolute favorite female scientists of all time. Famous astrophysicist, she was born in Florence on a street called “Centostelle”, which in Italian literally means “One Hundred Stars”! She was also a great athlete and she was fantastic at explaining difficult scientific concepts to anybody, always in a strong Tuscan accent. Brilliant,…

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Female Pharaoh

Long before Cleopatra, a woman ruled Egypt for 25 years. Her name was Hatshepsut and she was the first woman to ever become pharaoh. A female pharaoh!  But 20 years after she died, someone tried to erase her from history. Statues of her were smashed, and her name was removed…

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Bedtime story is key to inspiring young girls to dream big. The books we read as children have a great power in shaping who we eventually become as adults, which is why promoting quality children’s books that empower young girls is crucial to raising the next generation of trailblazing women. So, please, next time you…

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