The top women achievers of the world have their success stories to inspire many other women across the globe. Women had been making headlines this year many times. It is time to celebrate their achievements and learn from them and get inspiration too. Womenlines presents a series sharing about top women achievers of 2022. Womenlines is on a mission to inspire as many women across the globe by publishing empowering content.
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Ketanji Brown Jackson
Ketanji Brown Jackson, an American jurist, became the first woman of colour as Supreme Court Associate Justice early this year when President Biden announced her as his pick to replace retiring Justice Stephen G. Breyer, for whom Jackson clerked in 1999. This nomination is the result of a thorough and rigorous process by the White House to name a qualified nominee with strong experience, character, integrity, and dedication to the Constitution and rule of law. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is an exceptionally well-qualified jurist whose credentials, experience, and evenhanded approach to the administration of justice make her an outstanding candidate for the Supreme Court. Some interesting facts about Ketanji Brown Jackson-
- Jackson’s aunt — based in West Africa with the Peace Corps at the time of her birth — sent her parents a list of African girls’ name options, from which they picked ‘Ketanji Onyika,’ meaning “Lovely One.”
- Jackson credits her early interest in the legal profession to her dining table study sessions with her father while he was at law school and she was at preschool in Miami: “He had all of his law books stacked up, and I had all of my colouring books stacked up.”
- At her public school, Miami Palmetto Senior High, Jackson was elected student body president. She was also a speech and debate star — the activities that she says best prepared her “for future success in law and in life.”
- When Jackson voiced her goal to attend Harvard, her high school counselor told her she shouldn’t set her “sights so high.” She later graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University, and cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.
- Between her Harvard degrees, she worked briefly as a staff reporter and researcher at TIME Magazine.
- “Do what you need to do before what you want to do” is a motto in her household.
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