Eileen Fisher is the founder and co-CEO of the eponymous clothing company she started in 1984. Fisher has made sustainability a priority through her Renew and Waste No More initiatives which repurposes garments to make artisanal textiles.

Since 2009, the company has resold, donated, or repurposed 1.5 million garments and customers have received $5 for each returned item. In 2016, Eileen Fisher became a certified B Corporation, committing to high sustainable and ethical business practices. Fisher is also a partner and investor in Alante Capital, a female founded company that invests in sustainable fashion brands.

The inaugural class of entrepreneurs, leaders and creators are part of an exhilarating movement redefining life’s second half and proving that success has no age limit. These dynamic women, growing older is about getting wiser—and bolder.

Selected from a pool of more than 10,000 nominees, the members of the 50 Over 50 are founding and running companies at scale ($20 million or more in revenue for for-profit companies), leading movements and changing the world. They’re working across all sectors of the American economy—venture capital, education, politics, major league sports and more—and, importantly, they’re paying forward their after-50 success.

In a moment when a global pandemic has pushed a disproportionate number of women out of the workforce—and, among this demographic, forced hundreds of thousands into too-early retirements—it is our hope that the stories of the women on this list resonate, inform and inspire.

Armed with brilliant ideas, experience and a determination to disrupt, these 50 women are making an impact on society and culture through healthcare, robotics, music, dance, and so much more. To bring this list to life, Forbes partnered with Mika Brzezinski, a journalist, best-selling author, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe and founder of Know Your Value, a digital platform and community focused on empowering women to express their personal worth and achieve gender equity in the workplace.

Read more about the 50 Over 50 honorees on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/50over50/

Photography: Eileen Fisher by Guerin Blask for Forbes