2 Amelia Warren Tyagi(Elizabeth Warren's Daughter)
3 Elisabeth Kübler-Ross(Psychiatrist)
Best known for her pathbreaking bestseller On Death and Dying, Swiss-American psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross also made pioneering research in areas such as near-death studies. Her five stages of grief, or the Kübler-Ross model, has been adopted by corporates to help employees deal with loss and change.
4 Vicki Iovine(Model, Writer, Lawyer)
5 Amy Cuddy(Psychologist)
6 Anita Moorjani(Author)
7 Susan Cain(Writer)
8 María de Agreda(Writer)
Franciscan abbess and spiritual-writer María de Agreda was a noted mystic of her era. She served as the spiritual and at times political advisor to King Philip IV of Spain for over two decades and is best-known for the correspondence she had with the King besides reports of her bilocation. She penned 14 books, including the most notable Mystical City of God.