Kay Ivey was born on 15 October 1944. Growing up in the small town of Camden in Wilcox County, Alabama, and working on her father’s farm taught Kay Ivey to value hard work and living within one’s means. Her parents instilled values of faith, family, and community. On Wednesday 16 May 2019, Ivey signed a bill to ban nearly all abortions in the state, even in cases of rape and incest. Christian television broadcaster Pat Robertson, a staunch critic of Roe v. Wade, said the Alabama law “has gone too far.” Kay Ivey biography and profile.
Catherine Pugh was born on 10 March 1950. A public servant for nearly 20 years, Catherine Pugh was first elected to the Baltimore City Council in 1999 to represent the 4th District. Her ability to negotiate, as well as her bipartisan approach to problem-solving, catapulted her into various leadership positions in the Maryland Senate, including Majority Leader. She served for one year before running for her Senate seat in 2006. Catherine Elizabeth Pugh biography and profile.
Suthida Tidjai was born on Jun 3, 1978, the 40-year-old queen is a former flight attendant for Thai Airways International. She graduated from Assumption University, a private university in Bangkok, with a bachelor’s degree in communication arts in 2000. Suthida, also known by her nickname “Nui”, has been seen for years in royal household authorized footage escorting Vajiralongkorn at royal rites and sacred ceremonies. Suthida Tidjai ‘legally married’ King Vajiralongkorn in accordance with royal traditions, an announcement in the Royal Gazette said. Queen Suthida Vajiralongkorn Biography and Profile
Penelope Mary Mordaunt is a British Conservative politician was born on 4 March 1973. Penny has lived in Portsmouth since she was 2-years-old. Mordaunt was previously the minister for international development. Her father, who was born in Hilsea barracks, was in the Paras before becoming a teacher at Oak Park school and later a youth worker for Hampshire Council. Penny Mordaunt Biography and Profile.
Ann Widdecombe was born on 4th October 1947 in Bath, Somerset. The daughter of James Murray Widdecombe CB/OBE and Mrs. Rita Widdecombe. Her father’s occupation was Head of Naval Supplies & Transport, Ministry of Defence. She is well-known for happily voicing her outspoken views on controversial issues, and is fiercely anti-abortion and pro-capital punishment. As a committed Christian, she is “not interested in being sexy” – so getting to grips with the raunchy Rumba and perfecting a sultry Samba should be something of a challenge. Ann Widdecombe Biography and Profile.
Kate Chopin was born on February 8, 1850, in St. Louis, Missouri. Among her more than 100 short stories are “Désirée’s Baby” and “Madame Celestin’s Divorce.” The Awakening (1899), a realistic novel about the sexual and artistic awakening of a young mother who abandons her family, was initially condemned for its sexual frankness but was later acclaimed. Much of Chopin’s life was defined by the deaths of those close to her. Kate Chopin biography and profile.
Disha Patani was born on 13 June 1992, India. Disha is a trained gymnast and fitness freak and lives an active lifestyle to maintain an awesome figure. In 2017, Disha was seen in an Indo-Chinese film ‘Kung Fu Yoga’ with Jackie Chan where she took formal training in martial arts. Disha Patani biography and profile.
Rema was born in Lubaga Hospital, on 24 April 1991. In 2013 Rema went solo and released “Oli Wange” which was written by Nince Henry which made her popular in the music industry of Uganda. In 2016, Rema Namakula was selected to represent Uganda at the fourth season of Coke Studio Africa 2016. She joined Kyambogo University. Rema Namakula biography and profile.
Alaa Salah declares: “I’m very glad that my photo let people around the world know about the revolution in Sudan. Since the beginning of the uprising I have been going out every day and participating in the demonstrations because my parents raised me to love our home. I will not bow down. My voice can not be suppressed.” More about Alaa Salah biography and profile.
Florence Nightingale was born on 12 May 1820 into into a wealthy family, Nightingale was determined to enter nursing despite its low status at this time. In 1854 she left for the Crimea with 38 nurses and sisters. Her major achievement in the Crimea was to organise the barracks hospital at Scutari, introducing proper discipline among the nurses and better sanitation. She became known as ‘the lady of the lamp’. Florence Nightingale biography and profile.