Could you imagine being one of the women of impact?
|Title||Reflection of Faith, 2013
“Whether you come from a council estate or a country estate, your success will be determined by your own confidence.”
|Artist||Carola Pavlik (1978)|
|Medium||Highly reflective sustainable material, Acrylic paint, fabric and Swarovski crystals on synthetic material|
|Size||103 x 103 x 3 cm|
|Colors||Orange, Yellow, Purple, Pink, Green|
Influential Black woman in history?
President Barack Obama is the most known male member of the Black World in the 21st century, so also his wife First Lady Michelle Obama is the most known female member of this racial group. Also, just as President Obama is the most powerful Black leader in history, so also First Lady Obama is the most influential Black female in history.
President Obama was not the only member of his household that fought to improve the P-20 education system in 2014. Michelle Obama carried out an impressive education agenda that rivalled her husband’s in many respects. It seems that the two are a tag team for the ages, and P-20 education is lucky to have this duo championing it. Michelle Obama spent 2014 front and center for education — in more ways than one.
|Date of birth||January 17th, 1964. Illinois, Chicago|
|Education||Whitney M. Young Magnet High School. Princeton University, Harvard Law School|
|Occupation||Lawyer, U.S. First Lady|