Voices of the 21st Century: Women Transforming the World


Back cover text:

We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the
changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.
Maya Angelou

The butterfly is a great symbol of change, transition, adaptation, and
growth. The caterpillar finds comfort in its chrysalis; however, it must
change to become the butterfly. Similarly, the women in this book
share their personal transformations, some through struggles and
challenges, others through triumphs and celebrations. These women
courageously challenge the status quo, bring light to once-dark
topics, and introduce new ways of thinking.

Now—more than ever—we as women are called to come together.
We hope you see yourself in the pages of Women Transforming the
know you are not alone, and let your own voice be heard.

Paula M. Kramer is an international bestselling author, professional speaker, and TV producer.
Relationship Reckoning on Boss Ladies TV helps you understand every relationship in your life. Paula’s short and sweet online courses teach simple and effective soft skill power strategies to bring toxic gossip down and career advancement up.

Gail Watson is president and founder of Women Speakers Association (WSA), the go to place for innovative leaders, change-agents, and women with a message to connect, collaborate, and grow their visibility worldwide in order to fulfill their mission. As the first global community for women speakers, WSA provides a platform for women to get seen, booked, and paid AND be part of a growing network reaching women in 120 countries.



Voices of the 21st Century: Women Transforming the World
Paula M. Kramer

Book Clubs questions at the end of the book for enlightening discussions.

The 45 authors in this book write about how they have and are transforming the world. See the story topics below.


Asking yourself specific questions to get the specific answers you need
Gail Rosenthal
Confronting inequity and opposition as a female entrepreneur
Tanya Williamson
Connecting for safety, belonging, and dignity
Sharon Karise Plache
Designing personal and business growth

Michela Quilici

DNA match
Zaneta Varnado Johns
Doing business for social good
Deb Alcadinho
Faith forward
Angeline Moore

Falling in love with yourself

Stefanie Barilla
Feeling discomfort for activating antiracism
Anita D. Russell

Finding connections through shared vulnerability

Cynthia Giuffria
Finding your silver lining
Tracey Ehman
From mind to heart
Susan Isaac

Habits for weight loss

Inez Bracy
Helping parents teach their children learning skills
Dr. Patricia Porter

Investing money ethically

Catherine Tuitt
Jumping into the next step and networking to make it work
Barbara A. Boldt
Leading with your worth
Reena Lichtenfeld
Learning from the pandemic

Lisa Condon
Listening to your heart
Hema Vyas
Living authentically
Rashanna Jackson
Living your dreams
Natasha Williams
Losing old reference points to create new reference points
Beth J. Keil
Making choices for yourself, not for others
LaTanya Logan
Making choices through faith
Norva Samuel
Micro-steps for living your truth
Megan Miller
No more playing small
Shelly L. Bell
Passing on your upbringing
Melissa Rowe
Purpose, people, and growth
Sarah Eddie
Pushing through obstacles women face
Brigitte Stills
Recovering from addiction
Candace Plattor
Reinterpreting your unconscious conditioning
Jessica Sojorne Libere
Releasing pain from the past
Judy E. Adams
Returning to love
Andrea Tompkins
Reviewing the forks in the road of your life
Joanne Mulhall
Seeking discernment
Emmeline Saavedra
Showing up to change the world

Charmaine Hammond
Showing your worthy self
Narges Nirumvala
Stepping out of fear
Angelica G. Miller
Storytelling for transforming
Gail Watson

Thens in our nows

Anne-Marie Dekker

Thinking positively
Debbie Helena
Cindy J. Holbrook
Transforming yourself with 3 power transformation tools
Laura Rubinstein
Trial to transition to transformation

Donna Duffy


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