After Momina Mustehsan made it to BBCâ€™s list of most influential women in the world, youngest Nobel Laureate Malala Yousufzai is next to be named so, according to Harper Bazaar.
Categorized as one of the â€˜Opinion Formersâ€™ on the list, Malala was rewarded with this title along with Emma Watson, Amal Clooney and JK Rowling.
The list known as â€˜150 Visionary Women listâ€™ was released on account of the magazineâ€™s 150th anniversary, aiming to honor some of the most powerful and exemplary women in the world.
Spanning from fashion to travel and arts, the list entailed a number of women excelling in their distinctive realms as they continue to inspire thousands across borders.
â€œEach of the individuals on the list has proved herself to be forward-thinking, high-achieving and an inspirational role model to women everywhereâ€�, says Harperâ€™s Bazaar.
While Malalaâ€™s efforts and struggle for girl child education is a matter known to everyone, she has served as a role model for most part of her life.