Hillary Rodham Clinton and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway have made it into Time magazine’s list of 46 “Women Who Are Changing The World.” The list includes remarkable women in various fields, notable for making history in today’s society.

The former Secretary of State stood strong on the cover image of Time magazine wearing her trademark long-sleeve blouse and pants, both in color blue. The magazine described her as the “first woman to win a major party’s nomination for President.”

“Too many women and too many young women labor under the belief that if they are not perfect, they are not good enough,” Clinton said in the video posted on Time’s official website.

“You do have to be well-prepared and highly confident and work hard, all that is true. But you don’t have to be perfect.”

The 69-year-old wife of former United States president Bill Clinton was the standard bearer of the Democratic Party during the 2016 presidential elections. She lost to the incumbent president Donald Trump, who ran under the Republican Party. She served as the 67th Secretary of State during Barack Obama’s term from 2009 to 2013.

Advocate for women’s rights

In her recent interview with Time, she shared her fight for women’s rights and certain stereotypes that shape the women of today. She said that she grew up from a time when the society was changing their views on women. She believed that it was an important part of history that deserves retelling and understanding.

“I think my story, like the stories of so many women of my time, is an inspiring as any other – and it really is the story of a revolution,” Clinton told Time. As an advocate for women’s rights, she said that young women should develop their confidence and commitment to pursue their dreams in their lives.

This former First Lady has been defeated in her attempt to become the president of the United States.

The first instance was when she was defeated by Obama, and the second instance was with Trump. But despite this, she said that she does not want people to be discouraged by her defeat.

“I don’t want anyone to be discouraged... or say that they shouldn’t try or support others who will try. We can’t give up trying,” Clinton added in the interview.

Kellyanne Conway

Hillary Clinton joined President Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway in Time’s “Women Who Are Changing The World.” Described by the magazine as "the first woman to run a winning presidential campaign," she has played a huge role during the 2016 presidential campaign and during the elections, as she headed the campaign team of the Republican Party.

“I was taught to be a very strong, independent and freethinking woman,” Conway said in the interview with Time. She added that while she learned the values of being self-possessed, respectful, patient and kind, she also learned to be “a little self-dying.”

However, the lessons that she learned when she was still a child – performing with the best skills – have helped her in her legal and consulting work, and in working with President Trump in the White House, Conway added.