Google Celebrates Womyn tbh



Women have historically been underrepresented in almost all fields: science, school curricula, business, politics — and, sadly, doodles. In addition to our continued effort for doodle diversity and inclusion, this truly International Women’s Day doodle features a host of over a 100 inspiring women from around the world.

Here is the full list (in order of appearance):




  • Cee Chatpawee, TV host, IT Princess, Thailand

  • Chinaza Godwin Christiana, Student, Nigeria

  • Easkey Britton, Surfer and the first woman to surf in Iran, PhD and doctoral candidate, Ireland

  • Rahimah Yussof, Developer group leader, Brunei

  • Chen Yuhong, School teacher, China

  • Naho Okamoto, Jewelry designer, Japan

  • Mary Kom, Five-time World Boxing champion, India

  • Funlayo Adewale, Canteen owner, Nigeria

  • Jennifer Luo & Yi-hsin Chen, Mothers to be, Taiwan

  • Alifiyah Ganjee, Developer group leader, Kenya

  • Karnataka State Home Guard, India

  • Ana Cecilia Castillo, Developer group leader, Guatemala

  • Rivka Carmi, President of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

  • Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founded the place2be and Kids Company, caring for 17,000 children, UK/Iran

  • Dalia Grybauskaitė, President of Lithuania

  • Sarah Sechan, TV personality and entertainer, Indonesia

  • Shoko Uemura, Under-23 Women's Football Team member, Japan

  • Janet Mock, Trans woman rights activist and author, USA

  • Harusoga Fujima, Professional Nihon Buyo dancer (traditional dance), Japan

  • Mara Gabrilli, Congresswoman & Brazil's spokesperson for people with disabilities, Brazil

  • Maria da Penha, Women's rights advocate, named the law protecting women from domestic violence, Brazil

  • Viviane Senna, Entrepreneur and founder of NGOs, Brazil

  • Marta Silva, Awarded multiple times by FIFA golden ball as best female soccer player in the world, Brazil

  • Students, Guatemala

  • Maia Sandu, Minister of education, Moldova

  • Chamki, Adventurous and inquisitive schoolgirl muppet, India

  • Christine Van Broeckhoven, Molecular biologist, Belgium

  • Tanha Islam, Aspiring engineer, Bangladesh

  • Jake Feinler, Former head of Network Information Center at Stanford and Internet Hall of Fame member, USA

  • Iryna Velychko, Galyna Korniyenko & Marina Derkach, Developer group organizers, Ukraine

  • Marisa Millán, Proud grandma, Spain

  • Noelle Wenceslao, Janet Belarmino & Carina Dayondon, First Filipinas to climb Mount Everest, Philippines

  • Clarisse Reille, Managing Director of French Professional Committee for Apparel Economy Development, France

  • Gesche Joost, Professor of Design Research and one of Germany's "100 masterminds of tomorrow", Germany

  • Dora, Explorer

  • Nogah Dufresne, Multinational baby, France/Israel

  • Tooba Shaikh, Aspiring Developer, Pakistan

  • Katelyn Donnelly, Executive Director of the Pearson Affordable Learning Fund, USA/UK

  • Catherine Koo, Chairlady of United Christian College Parents Teachers Association, Hong Kong

  • Roba Al Assi, Blogger, Jordan

  • SOS Lambrate, Ambulance volunteers, Italy

  • Camila Bernal Villegas, Director of the CRAN Foundation and cancer survivor, Colombia

  • Malala Yousafzai, Education activist, Pakistan

  • Ashaji, Holds a Guinness World Record as most recorded artist in music history, India

  • Nonna Grishaeva, Actress, comedian and singer, Russia

  • Ndileka Xameni, Runs an orphanage, South africa

  • İpek Hanım's Farm, Business woman turned farmer and her village , Turkey

  • Prof. Jacqueline A. Oduol, Gender expert fighting for Women's and children's rights, Kenya

  • Martha Debayle, Radio personality, named one of the 50th most powerful women in Mexico by Forbes, Mexico

  • Alenka Godec, One of the most prominent jazz and pop singers in Slovenia, Slovenia

  • Zakeeya Patel, Actress, dancer and winner of South Africa's Strictly Come Dancing 2013, South Africa

  • Astrid Sartiasari, Singer, Indonesia

  • Jenny Chan, Ella Wong & Ching Hoi Man, Spokeswomen, Hong Kong

  • Isadora Faber, Education activist, 14 years old, Brazil

  • Refiloe Khaoli, Copyrighter, South Africa

  • Serena Gu, Grace Liang & Sharon Tam, University start-ups advocates, Hong Kong

  • Anne Geddes, Renowned photographer and women's advocate, Australia

  • Cecilia Chung, Social justice & human rights activist, HK/US

  • Diaa Elyaacoubi, Serial entrepreneur, named Entrepreneur of the Year 2004, France

  • Ros Juan, Entrepreneur and Social advocate, Philippines

  • Funmi Victor-Okigbo, Events Production Designer, Nigeria

  • Chen Junlan and QiQiGe, Office workers andproudd mothers, China

  • Tarryn Tomlinson, Inspiring quadriplegic working with disadvantaged youth, South Africa

  • Zahira Asmal, Founder of Design South Africa, South Africa

  • Foluso Olaniyan, Agricultural pioneer, Nigeria

  • Jirawadee Sudta, Awarded National Excellent Youth in law and protection of children's rights, Thailand






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