Ladies who are redefining the world

Get a dose of girl power from our multi-talented IAGT FAM who are leading the way for girls everywhere.



Drawing inspiration from her own life, Aaradhna’s songs speak volumes. To others, Aaradhna may just be another ‘brown girl’, but to the rest of the world she’s truly more than the colour of her skin. She’s a fighter full of soul and heart.


Abby Asistio

Abby is a singer-songwriter and alopecia awareness advocate who embraced her baldness and inspires people with her voice and music. She founded Alopecia Philippines, the first support group in the country and was even flown to Facebook to meet Mark Zuckerberg in 2016 because of her story and advocacy. Not an easy feat.


AC Bonifacio

Half of dance duo ‘Lucky Aces’, AC is a Filipino-Canadian who danced her way into our hearts – performing on The Ellen DeGeneres show, winning Filipino reality show ‘Dance Kids’ and she’s even shared a stage with Ariana Grande!


Akriti Kakar

Akriti Kakar is a passionate singer from Delhi, who has now made Mumbai her home. She established herself as a singer in Bollywood through singles like “Chhamm Se” from “Dus” for Vishal-Shekhar and “Dil Vich Lageya Ve” with Himesh Reshamiya. Shankar-Ehsan-Loy chose Akriti for the title song of “Johnny Gaddaar”. This Delhi girl with a soulful voice has also featured on tracks like “Saturday Saturday” and “Iski Uski”. Akriti’s solo original album “AKRITI” released on Sony Music and bagged her the Best Non Film Album award at the Global Indian Music Academy Awards. Her discography includes over 30 hits including songs from popular films like 2 States, Billu Barber, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, Namaste London and many more. Her singing career is diverse and ranges from Bollywood & EDM to Sufi & Ghazals. Akriti’s versatility and charisma as a singer is what makes her stand out both on stage and in the studio.


Ali Barter

Ali Barter is a pop singer, Indie artist and a songwriter. She strongly advocates for the rise and recognition of women’s voice in music. She also took part in Hungama’s 75+ artist line-up for their virtual online festival, recently as one of Australia’s rising independent female artists. She often visited India as a child and later on in life, and has gone on record to say that she would love to settle there someday



Only 18 years old, singer-songwriter Andreah has already opened for two pop icons – The Script and Sam Smith. Inspired by her mother, Andreah hopes her music can provide comfort and hope for the world.


Anisha Dixit

Anisha Dixit, Previously known as Rickshawali runs a girl-centric comedy channel on YouTube popularly known for the new spin that she brings on the day to day activities of Indians and most importantly women, through her comedy sketches. Beyond delighting her audience with comedy, she continuously tries to raise awareness on her channel by talking about topics that are considered taboo, like periods. This lead her to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and interact with former President Barack Obama in 2019 due to her continuous efforts of inspiring women and girls of all ages.


Anne Gauthier

Anne is an absolute #girlboss. Founder of Behind the Scenes. Owner of an indie screening company… while organising immersive events! A firm believer in Filipino talent, she hopes to see the country’s arts scene continue to grow and evolve.


Aranya Johar

Aranya Johar is a 22 year old poet that uses spoken word to start conversations. She is the youngest Indian to be featured on BBC’s Top 100 Influential Women. Aranya is also the youngest and only Indian member of the G7’s Gender Equality Advisory Council. She has worked on dismantling gender inequality alongside personalities such as Emma Watson, Bill and Melinda Gates, Malala Yousafzai, and more! Her piece ‘Brown Girl’s Guide to Gender’ has over a billion views and has been translated into different languages. Aranya is making waves, both, as a poet and young adult on the internet with a voice. She also loves pani puri almost as much as poetry.


Asia Jackson

She taught herself to code at 11, appeared on TV shows like Modern Family, and most recently, the talented half-American half-Filipino actress and digital creative started a global movement #MagandangMorenx to challenge colorism and celebrate diversity of beauty in the Philippines.


Audrey Goh

She teaches, she dances, she dreams, she acts, she’s Audrey Goh, otherwise known as ‘sparrowonweed’. There are only a fair few things that can stop her from chasing her dreams: her 4 cats, 2 frogs and 1 very sturdy goldfish.


Audrey Lim

Audrey has dedicated the last decade to exploring every facet of the entertainment industry, with experiences ranging from radio presentation, documentary hosting and stage work; to music performance and music management; to entertainment law and content creation. Audrey also co-opened a semi-fine dining restaurant in 2018 that earned a mention in the 2019 Michelin Guide.

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