These Entries Are Out to Prove You Can Make History While Still Alive.

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Entries:

  1. Abigail Johnson, CEO of Fidelity Inc
  2. Ada Yonath, Crystallographer Who Identified the Structure of a Ribosome
  3. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, First Lady of Nigeria
  4. Alecia Moore, aka P!nk
  5. Alveda King, Activist, Politician, Author, and More
  6. Amal Al-Sadah, One of Osama Bin Laden's Five Wives
  7. Amanda Foreman, Historian, Author, and Documentarian
  8. Amanda Knox, Journalist
  9. Amina Ali Nkeki, The First Girl Recovered from Boko Haram after 276 Chibok Schoolgirls Were Kidnapped in 2014 (#BringBackOurGirls)
  10. Andra Rush, Founder of Rush Trucking
  11. Andreja Pejic, Transgender Supermodel
  12. Angela Lansbury, Academy Award Winning Actress
  13. Angelina Jolie, Actress and Advocate For Various Causes
  14. Anna Bagenholm, Radiologist and World Record Holder
  15. Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue
  16. Anne Wojcicki, CEO of 23andMe
  17. Annette Dionne, One Fifth of the First Set of Quintuplets Known to Survive Birth
  18. Antoinette Tuff, Stopped a School Shooter
  19. Anya Ayoung-Chee, Fashion Designer and Winner of Project Runway
  20. Asia Bibi, Christian Woman Accused and Later Acquitted of Blasphemy
  21. Aung San Suu Kyi, Former State Counsellor of Myanmar
  22. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Free Speech Advocate Who Fights Against FGM & Honor Killings
  23. Barbara Corcoran, Creator of the Corcoran Group and Shark on ABC's Shark Tank
  24. Barbara Walters, Journalist and Media Personality
  25. Barbi Benton, Model, Singer, and Actress
  26. Barbra Streisand, Multifaceted Entertainer
  27. Sergeant Benjamin Ferencz, The Last Surviving Nuremberg Prosecutor
  28. Berta Soler, Leader of the Ladies in White who Advocate for the Release of Political Prisoners in Cuba
  29. Bettany Hughes, Documentarian and Historian
  30. Betty White, Actress Literally Older Than Sliced Bread
  31. Brenda Chapman, Academy Award Winning Director of Animated Films
  32. Bindi Irwin, Conservationist and Animal Rights Activist
  33. Bradley Willman, Created a Trojan Horse Virus to Catch Predators as a Teenager
  34. Camilla, HRH The Queen Consort
  35. Carlina White, Abducted Child Who Solved Her Own Kidnapping
  36. Carnie Wilson, Singer and Television Personality
  37. Carol Greider, Molecular Biologist
  38. Caroline Kennedy, Former US Ambassador to Japan
  39. Carrie Ann Inaba, Choreographer and Television Personality
  40. Casey Legler, The First Woman to be Contracted as a Male Model
  41. Catherine, HRH the Princess of Wales
  42. Catherine Cortez Masto, The First Latina State Attorney General and Senator
  43. Catherine Farrell Adler, The First Female Marine to Serve in Arlington's Marine Corps Honor Guard
  44. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Actress
  45. Cathie Jung, Now That is a Slim Waist
  46. Cecile Dionne, One Fifth of the First Set of Quintuplets Known to Survive Infancy
  47. Cherilyn Sarkisian, AKA Cher
  48. Chita Rivera, Broadway Performer
  49. Christiane Nusslein-Volhard, Nobel Prize Winning Biologist
  50. Christie Hefner, Former CEO of Playboy Enterprises Inc
  51. Christina Hoff Sommers, Author and Advocate for Equity Feminism
  52. Cindy Crawford, Supermodel
  53. Claressa Shields, Professional Boxer and MMA Fighter
  54. Claudette Colvin, Refused to Give Up Her Bus Seat Nine Months Before Rosa Parks
  55. Colleen Stan, The Girl in the Box
  56. Condoleezza Rica, Former Secretary of States to the United States
  57. Danica Patrick, Retired Professional Race Car Driver
  58. Daryl Davis, Musician and Civil Rights Advocate
  59. Debbie Allen, Choreographer and So Much More
  60. Deborah E Lipstadt, Shoah Historian
  61. Denise Morrison, Former CEO of Campbell Soup Co
  62. Deshauna Barber, Miss USA 2016 and US Army Reserve Logistics Commander
  63. Diane Sawyer, Journalist
  64. Do Won Chang, Founder of Forever 21
  65. Don Wildman, Host of Mysteries at the Museum
  66. Donatella Versace, Vice-President of the Versace Group
  67. Dorothy Counts-Scoggins, Helped End Segregation of Charlotte, North Carolina High Schools
  68. Douglas Pitt, Humanitarian and Advocate for the People of Tanzania
  69. Edith M Flanigen, Chemist Who Holds Over 100 Patents
  70. Elizabeth Blackburn, Former President of the Salk Institute of Biological Studies
  71. Ellen DeGeneres, Comedian and Actress
  72. Ellen Rometsch, Possible Soviet Spy
  73. Emma Watson, Actress and Model
  74. Erika Ervin, Transgender Model Known Professionally as Amazon Eve
  75. Famke Janssen, Actress
  76. Fereshteh Forough, CEO & Founder of Code to Inspire
  77. Folorunshu Alakija, Wealthiest Nigerian Woman in the World
  78. Frances Bean Cobain, Musician and Model
  79. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, The Virologist Who Co-Discovered HIV
  80. Colonel Gail Halvorsen, The Berlin Candy Bomber
  81. Gary Staab, Sculpture Artist Who Specializes in Paleolithic Subjects
  82. Gennifer Flowers, Model Remembered for Having an Affair with Bill Clinton
  83. Gina Haspel, Former Director of the CIA
  84. Ginni Rometty, Former CEO of IBM
  85. Gloria Estefan, Musician and Dancer
  86. Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, German Princess and Businesswoman
  87. Greg Louganis, Gold Medal Olympic Diver
  88. Gretchen Carlson, Journalist
  89. Gudiya, Five Year Old Rape Victim Who Finally Got Justice
  90. Harnaam Kaur, The Bearded Lady and Activist
  91. Harrison Ruffin Tyler, Still Living Grandson of the 10th US President
  92. Heidi Fleiss, Hollywood's Most Notorious Madam
  93. Hessy Levinsons Taft, The "Perfect Aryan Baby" who happens to be Jewish
  94. Imelda Marcos, Former First Lady of the Philippines
  95. Indra Nooyi, Former CEO of Pepsi Co
  96. Isabel Martínez de Perón, The First Female President of Argentina
  97. Ivanka Trump Kushner, Former Business Leader at the Trump Organization
  98. Jan Brewer, Former Governor of Arizona
  99. Jane Goodall, Primatologist
  100. Janet Guthrie, Former Professional Race Car Driver
  101. Janet Jackson, Singer, Choreographer, and More
  102. Janet Wojcicki, Anthropologist and Epidemiologist
  103. Janet Yellen, Former Chair of the United States Federal Reserve
  104. Janice Hooker, The Woman Who Helped Kidnap and Then Later Help Colleen Stan Escape
  105. Jason Everman, Former Musician and Green Beret
  106. Jaya Varma Sinha, Manager of the South Eastern Railway System in India
  107. Jaycee Lee Dugard, Kidnap Victim and Author
  108. Jeanine Pirro, Former Judge, DA, and Prosecutor
  109. Jennifer Lee, Chief Creative Officer at Disney Studios
  110. Jillian Michaels, Fitness Trainer and So Much More
  111. Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP
  112. Joanna Palani, Freedom Fighter
  113. Joanne Hayes-White, Former Fire Chief of San Francisco's Fire Department
  114. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Astrophysicist Who Discovered Pulsars
  115. Jodie Foster, Actress and Director
  116. John Walsh, Creator and Host of America's Most Wanted
  117. Joy Mangano, Inventor
  118. Julian Assange, Founder of WikiLeaks
  119. Juliane (Koepcke) Diller, Only Survivor of LANSA Flight 508
  120. Julie Andrews, Academy Award Winning Actress
  121. Julie Krone, The First Female Horse Jockey to Win the American Triple Crown
  122. Juliette Lewis, Actress and Musician
  123. Justin Wren, Former MMA Fighter and Humanitarian
  124. Jyoti Amge, The World's Smallest Living Woman
  125. Kara McCullough, Miss USA 2017 and Physical Scientist
  126. Kathrine Switzer, The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon
  127. Kathryn Beaumont, Voice Actress and Disney Legend
  128. Kathryn Bigelow, The First Woman to Ever Win an Academy Award for Best Director
  129. Katrina Lake, CEO of Stitch Fix
  130. Kellyanne Conway, The First Woman to Run a Successful United States Presidential Campaign
  131. Khoudia Diop, Model and Activist
  132. La Toya Jackson, Multi-talented Media Personality
  133. Lady Gaga, Actress and Musician
  134. Laila Ali, Retired Professional Boxer
  135. Laura Welch Bush, Former First Lady of the United States of America
  136. Lauren Holiday, Retired Olympic Soccer Player
  137. Laurie Hernandez, Olympic Gold Medalist in Gymnastics
  138. Laverne Cox, Actress & LGBT Advocate
  139. Leigh Searl, Founder of America's Career Force
  140. Leyla Mafi, Mentally Ill Child Prostitute Who Was Flogged After Having Her Death Sentence Reduced
  141. Lillian Fishburne, The First Female African American Rear Admiral in the US Navy
  142. Lily Rose Lee, Kidnap Victim
  143. Lina Medina, the Youngest Confirmed Mother in Medical History
  144. Linda B Buck, Physiologist and Neurobiologist
  145. Linda Hamilton, Actress
  146. Linnda Caporael, Proposed Ergot Poisoning as a Cause for the Salem Witch Trials
  147. Lisa Ling, Journalist and Television Presenter
  148. Lisa Marie Presley, Singer-songwriter and Elvis's Daughter
  149. Liza Minnelli, Actress and Singer
  150. Lori Greiner, Patent Queen and Shark on ABC's Shark Tank
  151. Lorllys Ramos Acevedo, Former Head of the Venezuelan Aviation Accident Unit
  152. Lorna Luft, Actress and Singer
  153. Lydia Nsekera, Member of the International Olympics Committee & The FIFA Executive Council
  154. Lynne Chinn, Mosaic Artist and The Best Aunt Ever
  155. Lynne Patton, Businesswoman and Former HUD Employee
  156. Madeline Stuart, One of the First Professional Models to Be Born With Down Syndrome
  157. Madonna Ciccone, Queen of Pop
  158. Mae C Jemison, The First African American Woman to Go to Space
  159. Maggie Smith, Actress
  160. Malala Yousafzai, Education Activist
  161. Manon Rheaume, The First Woman to Work as a Goalie on a Professional Hockey Team
  162. Margaret Hamilton, Retired NASA Computer Code Writer
  163. Margaret Keane, Painter
  164. Marie Claude Beaumont, Retired Le Mans Driver
  165. Marie "Mimi" Haist, Queen Mimi
  166. Mark Hogancamp, The Real Inspiration Behind Welcome to Marwin
  167. Marillyn Hewson, Former CEO of Lockheed Martin
  168. Marilu Henner, Actress
  169. Mariska Hargitay, Actress and Advocate For Various Causes
  170. Marissa Mayer, Google's First Female Software Engineer
  171. Marla Maples, Actress and Television Personality
  172. Mary Higby Schweitzer, Paleontologist who Made an Astonishing Discovery
  173. Mary T Barra, CEO of General Motors
  174. Mary Vincent, Kidnap Victim Who Had Her Forearms Cut Off Before Being Left For Dead
  175. Dr. Matt Carriker, YouTuber and Veterinarian
  176. May-Britt Moser, Psychologist and Neuroscientist
  177. Mayim Bialik, Actress and Neuroscientist
  178. McKenna Dahl, Paralympian Rifle Shooter
  179. Meg Whitman, Former CEO of Ebay
  180. Megan Leavey, Former Marine Corps Corporal in a K-9 Unit
  181. Meira Kumar, India's First Female Speaker of Lok Sabha
  182. Melania Trump, Former First Lady of the United States
  183. Melanie Gaydos, Model with Ectodermal Dysplasia
  184. Melissa Lora, Former President of Taco Bell International
  185. Michele Roberts, Executive Director of the National Basketball Players Association
  186. Mike Rowe, Host of Dirty Jobs
  187. Mindy Grossman, CEO of HSN
  188. Misty Copeland, The First African American Woman to be Hired as a Principal Dancer for a Major Ballet Company
  189. Misty May-Treanor, Retired Olympic Gold Medalist in Beach Volleyball
  190. Monica Lewinsky, Activist and Anti-Cyber-bullying Advocate
  191. Monica Mitro, Executive Producer of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
  192. Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, The First Female French Minister of Education
  193. Nancy Lieberman, The First Woman to Coach a Men's Professional Sports Team
  194. Natalie Gulbis, Professional Golfer
  195. Nick D'Aloisio, Sold His Startup Company, Aged 18, For $30 Million
  196. Nick Yarris, Wrongfully Convicted Felon & Author of The Fear of 13
  197. Noor Al-Hussein, Dowager Queen of Jordan
  198. Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi, Olympic Rifle Shooter Who Competed While Eight Months Pregnant
  199. Ola Ray, Actress and Model
  200. Dr. Oluwo Adedunmola, The Doctorpreneur
  201. Oprah Winfrey, That's All You Need, Just...Oprah
  202. Owen Suskind, Autism Advocate
  203. Paris Jackson, Model and Actress
  204. Paul Rusesabinga, Humanitarian Who Saved Over 1,200 During the Rwandan Genocide
  205. Peggy Whitson, Former NASA Astronaut
  206. Phiona Mutesi, The Queen of Katwe
  207. Priscilla Presley, Business Magnate and Ex-Wife of Elvis Presley
  208. Priyaleen Singh, Archaeological Conservationist
  209. Queen Latifah, Actress and Musician
  210. Rachel Washburn, Gave up Being a Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader to Join the US Army
  211. Rachel Weisz, Academy Award Winning Actress
  212. Rahat Khan, The Hockey Queen of Pakistan
  213. Rania al-Abdullah, Queen Consort of Jordan
  214. Rebecca Romijn, Actress and Model
  215. Rebecca Skloot, Science Author and Creator of the Henrietta Lacks Foundation
  216. Robert Irwin, Animal Conservationist and Photographer
  217. Robert Jan Van Pelt, Auschwitz Historian
  218. Roberta Cordano, The First Deaf Female President of a United States University
  219. Rolf Mengele, Attorney Who Tries To Distance Himself From His Father's Sins
  220. Rosalind Brewer, CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance
  221. Rosalynn Carter, Former First Lady of the United States of America
  222. Ruth Westheimer, Sexologist Known Affectionately as Dr. Ruth
  223. Safia Farkash El Hadad, Former First Lady of Libya
  224. Safra Catz, Co-CEO of Oracle
  225. Salima Ikram, Archaeologist and Professor at the American University in Cairo
  226. Samantha Geimer, Child Rape Survivor
  227. Samira Shahbandar, Second Wife of Saddam Hussein
  228. Sandra Day O'Connor, The First Female US Supreme Court Justice
  229. Sara Blakely, Spanx Founder
  230. Sarah Anzick, Molecular Biologist
  231. Sarah Palin, Former Governor of Alaska
  232. Sarah Parcak, Archaeologist Who Uses Satellite Technology to Great Effect
  233. Sarah Thomas, The First Woman to Officiate Multiple NFL Games
  234. Sau Lan Wu, Particle Physicist
  235. Major Scott Smiley, The First Person to Continue to Serve, Active Duty, In the US Army After Becoming Blind
  236. Sharbat Gula, Subject of The Afghan Girl Photograph
  237. Sheri McCoy, Former CEO of Avon Beauty
  238. Sherry Lansing, The First Woman to Head a Major Hollywood Production Film Studio
  239. Shirley Ann Jackson, Physicist
  240. Sigourney Weaver, Actress and the Queen of Sci-Fi
  241. Sonia Gandhi, Leader in Indian Politics
  242. Stephanie Garman Freed, Co-Founder and CEO of Rapha House International
  243. Stephanie of Monaco, Princess, Singer, and Advocate
  244. Stephanie Murphy, Member of the US House of Representatives
  245. Steve Buscemi, Actor and Former Firefighter
  246. Sue Ellen Cooper, Founder of the Red Hat Society
  247. Sumiko Iwamuro, Japan's DJ Grandma
  248. Susan Boyle, Singer and International Sensation
  249. Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube
  250. Sylvia Earle, Marine Biologist
  251. Tatyana McFadden, Paralympic Wheelchair Racer
  252. Terra Jole, Actress
  253. Tessy Thomas, Missile Engineer
  254. Theresa May, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  255. Tiffany Trump, Law Student & Socialite
  256. Tina Turner, Singer and Dancer
  257. Toni Basil, Choreographer and So Much More
  258. Tripp Phillips, Inventor of Le Glue
  259. Trisha Prabhu, Inventor & CEO of ReThink Technology
  260. Tsai Ing-wen, President of the Republic of China (Taiwan)
  261. Tu Youyou, Pharmaceutical Chemist
  262. Tyra Banks, Model and Television Host
  263. Ursula Burns, Former CEO of Xerox
  264. Valentina Tereshkova, The First Woman to Go to Space
  265. Viola Davis, Actress and Producer
  266. Whang od-Oggay, The Oldest Still Living Mambabatok Tattoo Artist
  267. Zahi Hawass, Former Minister of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities
  268. Zoe Saldana, Actress, Model, and Dancer