Meet the Women of EyepowermentSM

Throughout the last century, there have been extraordinary women who have sent us in new directions in society, science, and culture. These women of EyepowermentSM have demonstrated incredible strength of character. They inspire us to make sure nothing gets in the way of showing our true selves—the way we want to be understood.

DARING Amelia Earhart was an accomplished pilot, author, career advisor and women’s rights activist who inspired the world with her bravery.
PROFOUND Maya Angelou was a critically acclaimed writer and civil rights activist who continues to empower African Americans, feminists and the world today.
GUTSY Bette Davis held over 100 film, television, and theater roles, and is remembered as one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history.
VIBRANT As the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz introduced tropical beats and the soulful sounds of Latin music, charming audiences around the world.
FIERY Frida Kahlo Calderon became one of Mexico’s iconic cultural figures by turning her dramatic life story into art that continues to inspire.
INSPIRING Actress, philanthropist, and style icon Grace Kelly was a 1950’s film star considered royalty in Hollywood and became true royalty in Monaco.
DETERMINED Ibtihaj Muhammad is the first U.S. athlete to compete in the Olympic Games in hijab, earning a bronze medal for fencing in 2016.
TENACIOUS Janet Guthrie defied convention and entered the International Motorsports Hall of Fame as the first woman to race in the Indy 500 and the Daytona 500.
CAPTIVATING Award-winning actress Lucille Ball had a style of comedy all her own and went on to become the first woman to run a major television studio.
FEARLESS Trail-blazing Mae Jemison, NASA astronaut, engineer, physician, social scientist and dancer was the first woman of color in space.
BRAVE Cancer survivor and trailblazer Tig Notaro shares her inspiring story through comedy to raise awareness and help others with their fight.
UNWAVERING Fierce activist and leader of the American Civil Rights movement Rosa Parks was known for her tenacity and refusal to back down to anyone.

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