Africa’s global style and culture magazine, Arise, has named Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji as one of the top 100 Dynamic Women alongside Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, Deola Sagoe and others. The magazine listed in its current edition, 100 dynamic women chosen from all over the world who have influenced the society in their chosen profession. With the increased calls for gender equality, women are gradually becoming a force to reckon with in every facet of life. The female, which used to be referred to as the weaker sex, is shedding off herself from that and going with the slogan 'what a man can do, a woman can do better'. ARISE Magazine is a publication produced in the UK but sold in Barnes & Noble in the USA and news agents worldwide. Here is the full list; Business and Law Ayo Obe, Vice Chair, National Crisis Group, Nigeria Bridgette Radebe, President, South African Mining Development Association, SA Cherie Blair, lawyer, UK Dambisa Moyo, economist, Zambia/US Dr Eleni Gabre-Madhin, founder, Ethiopia Commodity Exchange, Ethiopia Eva Muraya, co-founder and CEO, Color Creations Group, Kenya Fatou Bensouda, Chief Prosecutor,International Criminal Court, The Gambia Genevieve Sangudi, Managing Director, Carlyle Group Africa, Tanzania Hajia Bola Shagaya, founder and CEO, Bolmus Group International, Nigeria Irene Charnley, CEO, Smile Telecoms, SA Isabel dos Santos, investor and businesswoman, Angola Jonitha Gugu Msibi, Senior Partner, Ernst & Young, SA Maria Ramos, CEO, Absa Group, Portugal/SA Minoush Abdel-Meguid, co-founder, Union Capital, Egypt Monhla Hlahla, Chair, IDC, SA Ngozi Edozien, Director, Actis West Africa, Nigeria Nombulelo ‘Pinky’ Moholi, CEO, Telkom SA LTD, SA Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita, CEO, Arcelormittal South Africa, SA Phuti Malabie, CEO, Shanduka Group, SA Rosalind Kainyah, Vice President, External Affairs & CSR, Tullow Oil, Ghana/UK Stella Kilonzo, Chief Executive, Capital Markets Authority, Kenya Susan ‘Santie’ Botha, Chancellor of the Nelson Mandela University, SA Teresa Heinz Kerry, businesswoman and philanthropist, US Thuli Madonsela, public protector, SA Tsega Gebreyes, Managing Partner, Satya Capital, Ethiopia/UK Wendy Ackerman, retail tycoon, SA Wendy Luhabe, social entrepreneur, SA Culture + Media + Sport Ahdaf Soueif, writer and activist, Egypt/UK Angélique Kidjo, singer and campaigner, Benin Angelina Jolie, actress, US Buika, singer, Spain/Equatorial Guinea Charlayne Hunter-Gault, journalist, US Charlize Theron, actress, SA/US Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author, Nigeria/US Genevieve Nnaji, actress, Nigeria Dr Johnnetta B Cole, Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African Art, US Kanya King, founder, Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards, UK Kerryn Greenberg, Curator (International Art), Tate Modern, SA/UK Lira, musician, SA Mariam Doumbia, vocalist, Mali Oprah, media mogul, US Oumou Sangaré, musician, Mali Rungano Nyoni, filmmaker, Zambia/UK Serkalem Fasil, journalist, US/Ethiopia Sophie Okonedo, actress, UK Thandie Newton, actress, UK/Zimbabwe Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator, Studio Museum in Harlem, US Tirunesh Dibaba, runner, Ethiopia Wanuri Kahiu, film director, Kenya Yvonne Chaka Chaka, singer, SA Fashion Alek Wek, model and campaigner, South Sudan Ann McCreath, KikoRomeo designer, founder of FAFA and Fashion for Peace, Kenya Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, founder, soleRebels, Ethiopia Candice Swanepoel, model, SA Deola Sagoe, fashion designer, Nigeria Folake Folarin-Coker, fashion designer, Tiffany Amber, Nigeria Franca Sozzani, Editor-in-chief, Vogue Italia, Italy Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, model, Tunisia Iman, model, campaigner and entrepreneur, Somalia/US Laurence Chauvin Buthaud, designer and founder, LaurenceAirline, France/Côte d’Ivoire Lisa Folawiyo, founder and Creative Director, Jewel by Lisa, Nigeria. Liya Kebede, model, Ethiopia Liya Kebede, model, Ethiopia Nadiyah Spencer, Director of Sourcing and Production, SUNO, US/Kenya Oluchi Orlandi, model, Nigeria Sharon Wauchob, Creative Director, Edun, Ireland Vivienne Westwood, designer, UK Politics + Activism Hon Aicha Bah Diallo, Chair of the Forum for African Women Educationalists, Kenya Dr Asha-Rose Migiro, former UN Deputy Secretary-General, Tanzania Awa Marie Coll-Seck, Minister of Health, Senegal Ayaan Hirsi Ali, activist and writer, Somalia/Netherlands/US Cissé Mariam Kaïdama Sidibé, former Prime Minister, Mali Diezani Alison-Madueke, Minister of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President, Liberia Elsie Kanza, Director, World Economic Forum, Tanzania Graça Machel, advocate for human rights, Mozambique Ida Odinga, Founder, Ida Odinga Trust, women’s health campaigner, Kenya Joyce Banda, President, Malawi Joy Phumaphi, Vice President, Human Development Network, World Bank, Botswana Leigh Blake, founder, ACT V, UK Leymah Gbowee, peace activist, Liberia Melinda Gates, philanthropist, US Mphatheleni Makaulule, founder, Mupo Foundation, SA Dr Mphu Ramatlapeng, former Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Lesotho Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Minister of Finance, Nigeria Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chair, African Union, SA Odile Sankara, activist and comedian, Burkina Faso Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga, speaker, Ugandan Parliament, Uganda Sarah Brown, campaigner, UK Waris Dirie, model, author, campaigner, Somalia Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician, SA Baroness Valerie Amos, UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs & Emergency Relief Coordinator, UK Zainab Hawa Bangura, UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict, Sierra Leone Science + technology Dorothy K Gordon, Director General, Advanced Information Technology Institute, Ghana Juliet Ehimuan, Google Nigeria Country Manager, Nigeria Isis Nyong’o, Vice President and Managing Director for Africa, InMobi, Kenya/US Maggie Aderin-Pocock, space scientist and BBC presenter, Nigeria/UK Dr Natasha Sauven, paediatrician, Sierra Leone/UK Ory Okolloh, Google Policy Manager for Africa, Kenya Tebello Nyokong, scientist, Lesotho Thyla van der Merwe, Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering, SA Click the link below to go to... 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