Super Heroine with lightning bolt

You are a Super Champion

a/k/a Advocate, Idealist, Animal Rights Activist, Environmentalist

You are a conscious agent for positive social and environmental change.  You have a passion to transform society and your mission is to come to the aid of others, especially the poor, weak and disenfranchised.  You have a strong desire to make a difference in the world, and will go to extraordinary lengths to champion the rights of others.

Common Careers/Professions

Lawyer, social worker, environmentalist, philanthropist, community organizer, journalist

Your Super Powers

Iron FistIron Fist to Break Barriers & Glass Ceilings

You are blessed with the courage and conviction to stand up for what is right in the public arena.  You have a strong sense of ethics, integrity, and commitment to your values.  You give us hope that the world really can change.  Using these super powers, you can have a profound impact on the world by creating positive social change.

Your Kryptonite

kryptoniteCritical Perfectionist Syndrome

Your idealism is a double-edged sword.  It is not always easy for yourself or others to live up to your high standards.  When you fail, you can descend into self-doubt and despair.  When others fail, you may feel angry or unappreciated.  You may also have a tendency to focus too much on your values, and not enough on the bottom line.

Other Super Champions

Linda Sarsour

Linda Sarsour

Palestinian-American Political Activist

She is the former executive director of the Arab American Association of New York who took to the national stage when she was recruited to be a co-chair of the 2017 Women’s March, held the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States.  Sarsour is a passionate voice of the resistance movement, and is especially vocal about the Trump Administration’s Muslim Ban. After a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri was vandalized in an apparent anti-Semitic incident in February 2017, Sarsour worked with other Muslim activists to launch a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to repair the damage and restore the gravesites. She said the fundraising effort would “send a united message from the Jewish and Muslim communities that there is no place for this type of hate, desecration, and violence in America.”  Sarsour is a fellow at the New York University Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

Van Jones

Van Jones

Environmental Activist

He is an activist, commentator, author and non-practicing attorney. He is a co-founder of several nonprofit organizations, including the Dream Corps, a “social justice accelerator” that operates three advocacy initiatives: #cut50, #YesWeCode and Green for All. He is the author of The Green Collar Economy and Rebuild the Dream, both ranking as New York Times bestselling books. He served as President Barack Obama’s Special Advisor for Green Jobs, as a distinguished visiting fellow at Princeton University, and as a co-host of CNN’s political debate show Crossfire.

Alicia Garza

Alicia Garza

Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter

She is an activist and editorial writer who has organized around the issues of health, student services and rights, rights for domestic workers, ending police brutality, anti-racism, and violence against trans and gender non-conforming people of color. Her editorial writing has been published by The Guardian, The Nation, The Feminist Wire, Rolling Stone, The Huffington Post and truthout.org. She currently directs Special Projects at the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

Anita Roddick

Anita Roddick

Animal Rights Activist

She was a pioneering British businesswoman, human rights activist and environmental campaigner, best known as the founder of The Body Shop, a cosmetics company producing and retailing natural beauty products that shaped ethical consumerism. The company was one of the first to prohibit the use of ingredients tested on animals and one of the first to promote fair trade with developing countries. She believed that business should offer a form of moral leadership, being a more powerful force in society than religion or government. When she died, she left her $50 million estate to charities that supported the environment, human rights and eradication of Third World debt.