Indian women are no longer behind Indian men any longer. Both the sexes achieving the same milestones that people their age are achieving across the world, and that too well ahead of their time.But, while we're celebrating the Indian presence in the list- mostly male, it'd be a crime to forget that as many as nine Indian women also found themselves a cushy mention on the list.

The latest evidence to that is the fact that 45 Indian-origin change makers made it to Forbes' annual list of 30-under-30 which consists of a variety of "bright entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents" across various sectors like Media, Games, Sports, Venture Capital, Art and Style etc.
Forbes just released its 30-under-30 list of young achievers for 2016, featuring 45 entrepreneurs of Indian origin. Nine of them are women, and they’re making us very, very proud with their accomplishments!

If that's not a blinking green signal for women empowerment, what is, really?
Here Are These Nine Indian women who made it huge before they reached 30 and got Forbes' to acknowledge the same.

Take a bow, girls!

 

Divya Nettimi

This 29-year-old is an investment analyst with Viking Global Investors. She co-managed Harvard Business School’s Alpha Fund while getting her MBA.
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Sampriti Bhattacharyya

This 28-year-old MIT grad student founded Hydroswarm, and developed underwater drones that can look for lost planes and measure radiation under the sea.
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Meg Jayanth

This 28-year-old is a freelance writer and game-maker, and wrote the very popular 80 Days game.
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Karishma Shah

This 25-year-old is the project manager for Google X’s rapid prototyping team. She also won Mark Cuban’s Movers & Changers competition with her startup in college.
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Nila Das

The 27-year-old joined Citigroup two years ago, and is now a Vice President at the company.
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Mugdha Gokhale

The 29-year-old PhD candidate, and drug safety researcher, also has a bachelor’s degree in Indian classical music.
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Nisha Chittal

This 27-year-old social media expert joined MSNBC in 2013, and helped re-launch MSNBC.com.
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Anisha Singh

This 28-year-old is the former lead of the international policy division of United Sikhs. She won the historic case against US Army requiring religious accommodation on behalf of a 19-year-old Sikh who’d been rejected from ROTC programs.
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Lilly Singh

The 27-year-old comedian and writer is a YouTube sensation, and is better known as Superwoman on the Internet.
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You inspire us, ladies!

 


source:timesofeducation

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