The keynotes by Meryl Streep identify the importance of being yourself, and focus on how gender issues have evolved over the years. Meryl Streep describes the power women have in the world today, and reflects back on her personal experiences over her film career and personal life.
Meryl Streep earned a degree from Yale at the School of Drama, and was involved in numerous theatre productions after graduating. Meryl's first film was Julia, and she was a prominent supporting actress in The Deer Hunter and Kramer vs. Kramer. Over the last three decades, Meryl has proved her versatility as she took on a variety of roles.
Meryl Streep has been been nominated for more Academy Awards than any other actor or actress, and is the most-nominated performer in the history of the Golden Globe Awards. In 2009, she earned an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from Princeton University, and in 2010 an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Harvard University.
The keynotes by Meryl Streep recognize the current state women live in today where their values and efforts are recognized. Meryl Streep encourages and inspires young women to achieve and strive to do their best.