|Number of Pages||407 Pages|
Secrets of the World?s Inspirational Women is a brilliantly researched and written collection of stories that delve into the lives of extraordinary women who, with their dedication, hard work and courage, have made a tremendous impact in the world as we know it. Authored by Zerbanoo Gifford, the book brings together her encounters with over 200 remarkable women from all across the globe and from all walks of life?unsung heroines, top businesswomen from India and elsewhere, courageous journalists and award-winning film producers, all find equal representation within these pages. From the hallowed corridors of the arts, sciences, spirituality, commerce and industry to lesser-known and relatively undocumented domains like family, motherhood and love, Zerbanoo has engaged these fascinating women in discussions that give a flavour of their wisdom, skill, personalities, ideas and achievements. This is a book that will inspire a reader to strategise, to act and to overcome all obstacles About Author: Human rights campaigner, community activist and author Zerbanoo Gifford was born in India on 11 May 1950 and raised in London. Married to Richard, an international human rights lawyer, Zerbanoo has two sons - Mark and Alex. This multi-faceted woman made history by being elected as the first non-white woman Liberal councillor in 1982, and is acknowledged as a pioneer for Asian women in public life. She has stood three times for Parliament and is noted for her political savvy.