Florence was a women born in 1820 who from a young age was dedicated to helping people. At a young age she received an education from her father which was uncommon for women at the time. She deiced she wanted to become a nurse, this at the time was considered unattractive as well as disrespectful. With Nursing being viewed so poorly Florence's parents greatly disapproved of this idea however Florence disobeyed and did it anyway. She was asked to marry several times but refused for fear that interfere with her true calling of helping others. Years later the Crimea war broke out and due to the lack of nursing many soldiers were dying unnecessarily. Florence, being appalled by this organized a group of women and trained them in nursing, she then flew to the site of the war and she and her team helped heal hundreds of soldiers. Today Florence Nightingale is considered the founder of modern nursing, all because she did not listen to the people standing in the way of her dream, and it truly paid off.
Margret fuller was a women living in the time women were fighting for suffrage, otherwise known as the right for women to vote. She was a women's rights activist and writer. Susan B. Anthony described her saying “She possessed more influence on the thought of American women than any woman previous to her time.” Fuller created a women's group to discuss the roles of women in society after World War II. In 1845 she published a book entitled ‘Women in the Nineteenth Century‘ which examined the role women of her time currently had in society as well as what there roles, could and should be. She is an international inspiration and goes down in history as a women who not only used her actions but her words to change the world.