This model-turned-entrepreneur is the power behind FEED Projects, a company that sells quality bags while providing meals for hungry children all over the world. While she’s the niece of George W. Bush and the wife of Ralph Lauren's son David, she’s made a name for herself simply by pursuing a cause she’s passionate about.
Hailing from India, Indra Nooyi has served as President & CEO of PepsiCo for ten years. She’s played a major role in shifting the food company to promoting healthier eating habits. She’s been featured on both Forbes & Fortune’s World’s 100 "Most Powerful Women" lists. Basically, she’s killing it.
As CEO of Yahoo!, Mayer has found herself under fire for her attempts at restoring a failing company. While she may not have achieved the success story we were rooting for, she still serves as a role model for trying your hardest.
After a gnarly Tinder lawsuit, Wolfe made the comeback of the century—at least in the app world. She founded Austin-based Bumble: essentially a revamped Tinder that gives women the power to initiate conversations with their matches. Wolfe shows us how to make the most of a negative situation & come back stronger.
Speaking of making matches, Rachael Chong has created a platform that allows professionals of all industries to put their skills to a good cause. Catchafire is a website that matches individuals with projects dedicated to making a difference. We can all look up to Chong’s determination to spread positivity and help others.