Five Successful & Influential Woman Today

Hello March! Not only is the hope of Spring near, but it is also that month dedicated to women. Welcome National Women's History Month. 

We know that women have struggled throughout the years to give us the opportunity we have today. It's a great feeling that today we are not taking that for granted. In fact, we here from BPure Beauty Bar would like to celebrate the top five women of our day.  Get ready and hold on to your chairs girls, here are the top 5 most successful and influential woman of our time. 

1. Oprah Winfrey

This is without a doubt an obvious for anyone in the world. Oprah is definitely living the American dream from rags to riches. With her career starting in high school when she worked part-time at a TV station, she has now blossomed as a positive influence for woman and people around the world.

2. Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama has been and still is one of the most active first lady's in American History. She is successful for starting the Let's Move!, School Lunch Program and helped the country’s largest food manufacturers pledged to cut 1.5 trillion calories from the food they sell by 2015 through their Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (just to name a few).

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3. Angelina Jolie

Not only is she a successful actress, she has definitely shown her calling in the world as a UN High Commissioner for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador, advocating on behalf of refugees around the world.  After filming Lara Croft in Cambodia and seeing the proverty, she was inspired to not only take action but to also inspire others in the world to take action.



4. J. K. Rowling

This British author has definitely made her name out in the world with her award-winning Harry Potter series. Her book series have sold over 400 million copies and is still a popular hit today. 


5. Indra Nooyi

Starting in 1994 she worked at Pepsico and today is an influential woman showing that hard work definitely pays off. Since she started working as CFO, PepsiCo’s revenues have increased by over 70%. Impressively, under Nooyi’s leadership, PepsiCo surpassed Coca-Cola in market value for the first time in history.