Saffron's passion for design and ethics would be her main difference from other design studios. She really enjoys helping a new business start from scratch or helping a client re-establish their business and give it fresh life.
YWC was co-founded by Noorjahan Akbar and Anita Haidary.
Members of Young Women for Change are committed to promoting gender equality, empowering women and increasing Afghan women's social participation.
YWC is one of the premier Afghan women’s advocacy movements founded by Afghan women for Afghan women. We are a growing grassroots feminist movement with a long-term vision for women in Afghanistan. It was established to empower women across the country and recruit them to the struggle for gender equality. YWC members are all volunteers.
In addition to awareness programs, we have held the very first anti-street harassment march in Afghan history, and will be conducting the first ever large-scale study of sexual harassment in Afghanistan soon.
We also work towards women's empowerment and increasing their access to education.
Anita Haidary, like other young Afghans, has experienced more in her 19 years than many of us do in a lifetime.
A MOTHER OF FIVE & GRANDMOTHER TO EIGHT.
(born 23 December 1942)
Is the 25th and current Governor-General of Australia (the first woman to hold the position) and former Governor of Queensland.
She attended the University of Queensland, where she completed a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws, becoming one of the first women accepted to the Queensland bar.
In 1968 she became the first woman to be a faculty member of the Law school where she had studied, and in 1978 she joined the new National Women's Advisory Council.
This was followed by a number of positions, including the first director of the Queensland Women's Information Service, the Queensland director of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and the Federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner in 1988.
Quentin Bryce’s contribution to advancing human rights and equality, the rights of women and children, and the welfare of the family was recognised in her appointment as an Officer of the Order of Australia in 1988 and a Companion of the Order of Australia in 2003.
On 26 October 2011,
The Queen of Australia invested Bryce as a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order at Government House in Canberra.
Bryce was appointed the Governor of Queensland in 2003. It was announced that Bryce was to become the next Governor-General of Australia.
Becoming the first woman to be the Governor-General.
That is when she is also expected to do all her preparation for the next morning’s show, after she has often been awake for more than 12 hours, completed three hours of live television and an afternoon caring for her children.
"That’s the real business end of the day at our house," says Melissa, 35, who shares the Sunriseset with co-host, David Koch, every morning, in a highly successful partnership.
"That’s when the kids are tired and fractious, and need to have their dinner, have their baths and get ready for bed, and I need to have my dinner before I take the nightly conference call with the show's producers and other presenters to talk about how we're going to handle the next morning's show and download all my e-mails and do my research and watch the news.
"It's frantic and consistently the most stressful part of our lives, and I really have to be very disciplined for it all to work — I even have a computer in the kitchen, so I can log on while I'm cooking dinner."
Oprah's favorite color is green.
As of 2007, Oprah Winfrey currently lives on "The Promised Land," a 42 acre ocean and mountain view estate in Montecito,California, outside of Santa Barbara. She bought the property for $50,000,000.
She has been ranked the richest African American of the 20th century.
In 2004, Oprah Winfrey hosted the Nobel Peace Prize Concert with Tom Cruise.
Oprah's mother, Vernita Lee, was a housemaid, and her father, Vernon Winfrey, was a coal miner and a barber before becoming a city councilman.
Oprah Winfrey was once the world's only black billionaire.
At the age of 16, Oprah went to live with her father in Nashville, TN. She became an honor student, joined drama club, and won an oratorical contest.
Oprah Winfrey is not very fond of shoes. Indeed; she prefers walking barefoot.
Raised in abject poverty, Oprah received her first pair of shoes in 1959 at age 6. She learned to read at age 2½.
Oprah Winfrey graduated from Tennessee State University, with a bachelor's degree in Speech and Performing Arts.
She is also, according to some assessments, the most influential woman in the world.
Oprah's favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
Oprah Winfrey co-founded the women's cable television network Oxygen.
Oprah's name was supposed to be Orpah, however, it was spelled incorrectly on her birth certificate.
One of Oprah's nicknames is "O," which is also the title of her magazine
Oprah Winfrey is 5' 6.5" tall.
At 16 she was selected to host a national student newsmagazine and by 25 was a senior war correspondent, traveling to more than two dozen countries.
Mother of two, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Even though I was tired and pregnant I knew there was a loving way to put my child to sleep, that did not involve crying or hysterics.
And then when Alicia was a little bit older, I knew I should have been toilet training her but I had now idea where to start. By coincidence a few days later I was having a cappuccino with a really good friend who happened to mention to me about a potty training and toilet training method that only takes one day. Too good to be true I thought. But I listened to what she had to say and thought I would try it out. Couldn't hurt could it to have her potty trained and toilet trained in just one day! Well it worked so well with her that I toilet trained her younger sister that way as well ... ... ...
I thought parents everywhere would want to know how on earth a child could be toilet trained in just one day with a system that was fun, enjoyable and that we both loved.
Ellen DeGeneres (b. January 26, 1958) is an American stand-up comedienne, television host and actress.
She hosts the syndicated talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
She also starred in two television sitcoms, Ellen from 1994 to 1998 and The Ellen Show from 2001 to 2002. During the fourth season of Ellen in 1997,
DeGeneres came out publicly as a lesbian in an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Ellen DeGeneres attracted massive media attention when she came out as a
lesbian on her television show in 1997.
Known as "the puppy episode," the program stirred controversy and drew criticism from
DeGeneres and her partner, actress Anne Heche, came out at the same time, DeGeneres appearing on the covers of national magazines.
The caption accompanying her photograph on the cover of Time read,
"Yep, I'm Gay Her place in history as TV's first gay lead character was thus secured.
When she was growing up she dreamed of becoming a veterinarian,