Moves Power Women make striking changes in today’s male dominated society… with femininity and grace. Chosen from the broadest spectrum of society, each of our Power Women achieve the respect of their industry insiders and recognition and admiration from the woman in the street.
A Moves Power Woman is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others and clearing the path for a New Generation. She shows leadership and dedication; influencing and unafraid to be influenced within her chosen field and recognizes the need for changes in society, willing to make sacrifices to achieve these changes… behind the scenes or out front.

In our exciting past years are such strong personalities as Cherie Blair CBE, QC, media mogul Arianna Huffington, US Congresswoman Deborah Wasserman Shultz, international concert pianist, Hélène Grimaud actor/activists Kerry Washington, Susan Sarandon, Ashley Judd, The Enough Projects’ Andie MacDowell and Robin Wright, super-models Iman and Christie Brinkley, and  best selling author Jodi Picoult, Shark Lori Greiner, the Howard Stern Show’s Robin Quivers, Cablevision CEO, Kristin Dolan and US Women’s Soccer Champion, Hope Solo.  We have been pleased to honor fashion icons Betsey Johnson & Cynthia Rowley, BET CEO Debra L Lee,, Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman, NPR president Vivian Schiller, The Woodhull Institute’s Naomi Wolf, ACLU President Nadine Strossen, Women’s Prison Executive Georgia K. Lerner.

Fox’s Maria Bartiromo, CBS’s Norah O’Donnell, CNN’s Soledad O’Brien, Lisa Randall, Professor of Physics at Harvard, and Wendy J. Schiller, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science at Brown are also past participants. As are best-selling author and analyst Nicolle Wallace, attorney and advocate Gloria Allred, Women for Women International’s Zainab Salbi, OWN Network’s Lisa Ling, Donna Brazile, political strategist, Catherine Crier, judge and broadcaster, four star General Ann Dunwoody, City Harvest Executive Director Jilly Stephens, author Candace Bushnell, Children for Children’s Silda Wall, Rainforest Fund’s Trudie Styler, Prudential Douglas Elliman president Dorothy Herman,  Emmy winner Padma Lakshmi, American Federation of Teachers’ Randi Weingarten, broadcaster Gayle King, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, Sustainable South Bronx founder Majora Carter, WNYC Radio president Laura Walker, MOMA’s Agnes Gund – NY Yankees GM Jean Afterman, The Today Show’s Hoda Kotb, and so many others.