Our 100 offered the opportunity to hear from a cross section of women in Northern Ireland who discussed the impact women have had, the importance of seizing the moment and what the future holds for the next generation of women.
Tracey Magee of UTV interviewed Baroness May Blood M.B.E. of Blackwatertown and she outlined her progress from the mill to the House of Lords.
Other speakers were, Dr Myrtle Hill visiting research fellow QUB, Melanie Kennedy founder NI cancer advocacy movement, Virginia McVea chief electoral officer NI, Catherine Walker a nurse in the pedeatric intensive care unit RVH and also Miss Northern Ireland and Katie Richardson a songwriter.
Each speaker was introduced by a participant in the " She believed she could so she did" program which ran in Belfast and Londonderry . Songs written by the Derry Girls and the Belfast Girls during the program with the help of Katie were sung by Katie during the evening.
An inspirational event showing hope for the future.