Month: December 2016

Dynamic Women Entrepreneurs And Leaders Of India

DMK MP Kanimozhi with her husband G Aravindan and other political memners at her residence

In our everyday life, we come across many women who inspire us. As individuals, we can take inspiration from our neighbour, our mother, that one teacher who stood out from the rest, that team lead who offers a helping hand or compassion when needed, that nurse or that brainy scientist. Some women inspire a section, or a few while there are many who inspire a whole lot of people, a society or even an entire nation.
Country Blessed with Many A Kohinoor
As a country, India is blessed with many such inspiring women who till date are the Kohinoors that live amongst us. Though it is not possible to list every such woman, we can look at some who have made a mark in the history of time.
Arundhati Bhattacharya: Breaking all myths and securing the top spot in India’s largest public sector bank – State Bank of India (SBI) is the current chair managing director. Starting her journey in the banking sector as a probationary officer, Arundhati has risen in ranks to become an inspiration to many female bankers in India. Bringing some phenomenal changes in SBI policies pertaining to women and elder care, Arundhati has sketched a name for herself.
Nita Ambani: The chairperson and founder of the Reliance Foundation is one of the most influential women today not only in India but also in the world. She is the first Indian woman to be a member of the International Olympic Committee. Being a positive person, she has brought many changes in the society as we live in, especially among the underprivileged children in the country. Her philanthropic work has been commended by many, and she is an everyday inspiration to future philanthropists in the country.
Kanimozhi Karunanidhi: Being the daughter of the oldest living Indian politician, Kanimozhi had inherited her father’s literary skills. In spite of being in the limelight as a politician, Kanimozhi’s literary work has been second to none. Her fanaticism for Tamil and the Tamil people has seen her make strong statements against those who look to go against Tamil sentiments. She is a Member of the Parliament, representing TamilNadu in the Rajya Sabha. She has given voice on many issues for Tamils much like her father. Behind the success of every woman will be a man. The man behind Kanimozhi is her husband Aravindhan, a Singapore based Tamil enthusiast and businessman has been her pillar of support through her literary journey and into the political scene.
Vanitha Narayanan: Heading the Indian branch of IBM operations, Vanitha Narayanan has revelled in the role of bringing the global tech major into the Indian market. Being a key strategist, Vanitha had shaped IBM to suit and make the most of the Indian market; offering a win-win situation for both the company and the country. Becoming the Managing Director of this global giant in 2012, Vanitha, has been an inspiration for many women entrepreneurs and tech aspirants in the country.
The above-given list of women isn’t limited to these four women. There are many more who haven’t been mentioned here but have been very worthy of entering this esteemed list. We can see many more buds blossoming into such great inspirations in the near future.