Lead singer of the Scissor Sisters, Ana Matronic talks about drag culture, the importance of authenticity, marriage equality and staying true to oneself.
On the eve of FIFA’s Puskás Award, Stephanie talks about being a female ambassador for sport, discipline & skill, and the family that is football.
At just twelve, Nicole Turner is the youngest Extraordinary Women interviewee to date but as Ireland’s next Paralympic athlete, she’s someone you must know.
RTÉ broadcaster and journalist, Áine discusses the changing landscape of news, the art of asking questions and the importance of integrity.
Managing Director of Cara Pharmacies, Ramona talks about being the eldest child, her role as the sole female investor on ‘Dragons’ Den’ and embracing your full potential.
Fulbright Scholar, film critic and sex columnist, Roe discusses feminism, social media, criticism and the treatment of sex in the media.
Director of RTÉ, producer and co-founder of Riverdance, Moya discusses curiosity, not limiting your potential and her dream as an octogenarian.
Singer Paloma Faith discusses Malala Yousafzi, the importance of accreditation and the fusion of fashion and music.
Graphic designer and musician Sarah talks about failure, creativity, vulnerability and the importance of continuing your education.
Co-owner and director of MCD, President of the ISPCC, proprietor of the Gaiety Theatre, and Hozier’s manager, Caroline is a definitive extraordinary woman.