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.


Rhea Kapoor

Rhea Kapoor began her career as a stylist and is credited for making her sister, Sonam, India’s first bonafide fashionista and revolutionising the celebrity fashion/styling industry in India. She is also a producer, having made Aisha (2010), a film based on the classic novel ‘Emma’ by Jane Austen. In 2018, Rhea produced Veere Di Wedding, in association with Balaji Telefilms. Her contemporary film about 4 female friends, their lives and their choices set the box office ablaze for its unconventional approach towards female friendships and the progressive perspective it touched upon. In between producing blockbusters, Rhea launched ‘Rheson’, a high street fashion label, with her sister Sonam.


Riva Quenery

If Riva’s goal was to conquer the world, this girl-next-door is well on her way. One of the most popular influencers today, this multi-talented millennial dances, acts, hosts and creates content that inspires her fans.


Riya Sen

Riya Sen is literally royalty. Her father Bharat Dev Varma hails from the royal family Tripura. He is the son of Ila Devi Princess of Cooch Behar and nephew of Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur. She began her acting career in 1991 as a child actress in the film Vishkanya and was first recognised as a model when she performed in Falguni Pathak’s music video Yaad Piya Ki Aane Lagi at the age of seventeen in 1998. Since then, she has appeared in several music videos, television commercials, fashion shows, and on magazine covers.


Robert Swan OBE

Robert Swan OBE is the first person in history to have walked to both the North and South Poles. While embarked on one of many polar expeditions, Swan crossed under a hole in the Ozone Layer–severely damaging his skin and eyes. This firsthand experience with the effects of climate change lead to the incorporation of the 2041 Foundation, Swan’s non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Antarctica. Swan is a recipient of the Polar Medal and has been given the title of Order of the British Empire (O.B.E) from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. His contributions have been recognized by UN, UNESCO and the UN Humanitarian Innovation to name a few.



From her 2012 debut as a founding member of popular pop quartet – The Sam Willows, to co-hosting Michael Bolton’s reality show “Bolt of Talent” in 2017, RRILEY (aka Sandra Riley Tang) has firmly established herself as one of Singapore’s most influential personalities. In 2019, she went on to release her debut solo single “Burn” which has amassed over 1 million streams online since, cementing her place in the pop pantheon.


Rytasha Rathore

Rytasha is an actor, host and model. She is best known for her work in the Indian primetime television show Badho Bahu. She has also acted in a number of plays across the country. This bundle of talent is seen in the Netflix series, Masaba Masaba in a key role. Rytasha also is an advocate for gender equality, women’s rights, body positivity, and actively works with NGO Sakshi to prevent child sexual abuse in India.


Sainee Raj

Sainee co-wrote the multiple award winning short film, ‘Int. Cafe-Night’ and went on to do what she loves the most – be a part of telling stories. She was a child artiste seen in shows like Shaka Laka Boom Boom and films like Traffic Signal and Darna Zaroori Hai, so performing for an audience has always been her first love. She combined the two and found her place in the spoken word world – staying true to every word she utters. Sainee finds poetic justice in all things Urdu and Gulzar Saab. She lives life – one rhyme at a time!


Sakshi Shivdasani

South Bombay bougie girl Sakshi Shivdasani first took spotlight as the top 10 contestants on MTV Supermodel of the Year hunt. Quickly she gained popularity on Instagram as a comedian as her witty, relatable self to win hearts all over! She is an MMA enthusiast and a trained Kathak dancer too!
It’s her thing, It’s A Girl Thing. Watch her LIVE as she joins some fabulous girls during our International Women’s Week special.


Scherezade Shroff

India’s first fashion, travel and lifestyle YouTuber, Scherezade Shroff, is someone who has carved a niche for herself on the internet. Her signature style and honest videos make her stand out in a crowd. Her content ranges from vlogs to fashion tips to skincare brand reviews. She is truly one of a kind.


Sejal Kumar

Sejal Kumar is a fashion and lifestyle YouTuber, who dabbles in music, dance and acting, through her diverse content. She recently released an original song called ‘Aisi Hun’, with YouTube Creators For Change, an initiative with Michelle Obama. This young icon has also won several awards, but what sets her apart is her candid, honest and fresh take on her YouTube.


Shaheen Bhatt

Shaheen Bhatt is a published author and cat mother. Bhatt has written the bestselling book – Never Been Un(Happier) in which she talks about her own journey of living with depression. Her initiative titled “Here Comes The Sun”, tries to encourage conversations regarding anxiety and depression and tries to normalize them. She has always been a huge advocate on the importance of mental health and is working towards it one paw at a time. She is also the co-founder of Shiny Happy Book Club, where they have a monthly curator on board who gives recommendations for books and then at the end of the month they discuss it. She has completed an editing and filmmaking course in London. Bhatt’s writing has featured in Grazia, Vogue etc.


Shaili Chopra

Shaili Chopra is an Indian journalist turned entrepreneur whose work is focused on championing real women and their stories across India. Chopra is the founder of SheThePeople.TV, which is India’s only women’s channel. SheThePeople.TV is a form of digital democracy where women get to choose, speak up, and set the agenda. Chopra uses the internet to spotlight issues of women’s rights, their role in a democracy, and empower them in a digitally connected world. Chopra is the recipient of India’s highest honor in journalism and counted among the top 50 most influential women in media in India and is the Draper Hills Fellow 2019 from Stanford.

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