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As a woman Changemaker, do you want to make a bigger difference… but you are you stretched-thin, depleted, under-resourced? Do you wish you could bring more of yourself to work… but you have to leave the feminine and spiritual parts behind?

At Sophia Leadership, we believe that women will be the determining factor in creating the “More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible.” And we are committed to ushering in a new paradigm of peace, equality and environmental sustainability by developing and resourcing the women who will lead the way.

Catalina boot camp windows 10. We all know that, as a woman leader, the challenges you face are steeper than those of your male counterparts: It’s harder to obtain the funding you need, get your work promoted, and be seen as credible.


But the good news is this: The single most important limiting factor in your success as a ChangeMaker is not money, time, recognition – or any external circumstance. It’s your capacity to master the art of leadership, resource yourself from within, and magnetize support for your work.

YOU are the biggest opportunity for deepening your impact in the world.

In order to lead the way, we must BE the way

First the bad news (which is probably not news to you at all):

  • When you feel overwhelmed, over-extended, and under-resourced, you’ll tend to lead in a way that’s more reactive than creative.

  • When you’re feeling disconnected – from other women, from the earth, or from your own soul – you’ll likely have trouble using intuition and magic to magnetize the support you need.

  • If you you’re caught up in a hyper-Masculine culture, you may find yourself operating on over-drive, neglecting self-care, and forgetting who you are as a spiritual being.

As a woman, this is a sure-fire way to become dry, dull, lifeless – and less effective than you could be. Your leadership suffers, and your impact is diminished.

Now the good news: There is a better way. A much better way!

Truly impactful leadership is possible when you feel vibrantly alive, nourished and resourced… when your Higher Self is in the drivers seat (in your body!)… and when you are able to give from an overflow of life-force energy.

Even better, when you choose to co-create with the Divine and offer your work as an act of devotion, the Source of Life steps in to assist you in magical ways… and you can accomplish more, with less effort.

It becomes natural and easy to make the impact that you want to make. ,

What we do

At Sophia Leadership, we help women change-makers to trustFeminine ways of knowing, embodyFeminine power and wisdom, and create with Feminine magic. Our programs are a blend of both professional development (to take your leadership to the next level), and a spiritual journey (to support your soul’s expansion).

We are debunking three myths:

  • that success requires aligning only with Masculine values

  • that the Feminine is weak and passive

  • that spirituality must be separated from leadership

If we are to create the More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible, nothing less will do.

Benefits you can look forward to

Feminine leadership brings real results.

Past participants in Sophia Leadership programs have experienced:

  • Vitality – Feeling alive, inspired and passionate

  • Ease – Meeting goals with less effort

  • Creativity – Increased flow of creative ideas

  • Support – Magnetizing resources and help for projects

  • Intuition – Following inner knowing and spiritual guidance

  • Authenticity – Leading from soul Essence (rather than ego personality)

  • Renewal – Ability to replenish energy, even when busy

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Derivationfrom GreekΣοφία, Sophía
Region of originRoman Empire
Other names
Alternative spellingSofia
Variant form(s)Sophie
Related namesSofija, Sofiya, Sofya
See alsoSonia
A depiction of Saint Sophia and Her Three Daughters, Faith, Hope and Charity (icon of the Novgorod school, 16th century).
Sophia Loren in 1955

Sophia, also spelled Sofia, is a feminine given name, from Greek Σοφία, Sophía, 'Wisdom'. Diminutive forms include Sophie and Sofie.The given name is first recorded in the beginning of the 4th century.[1] It is a common female name in the Eastern Orthodox countries. It became very popular in the West beginning in the later 1990s and became one of the most popularly given girls' names in the Western world during the 2010s.


The name was comparatively common in continental Europe in the medieval and early modern period.It was popularized in Britain by the German House of Hanover in the 18th century. It was repeatedly popularised among the wider population, by the name of a character in the novel Tom Jones (1794) by Henry Fielding, in The Vicar of Wakefield (1766) by Oliver Goldsmith, and in the 1960s by Italian actress Sophia Loren (b. 1934).

Sophia was comparatively popular in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th century; its use declined in the 1920s to 1950s; it became again moderately popular during the 1960s to 1980s.

During the 1990s to 2010s the popularity of the name rose dramatically in many countries throughout the western world. Suggested influences for this trend include Sofía Vergara and Sofia Coppola (popular from the late 1990s) and Sofia Hellqvist (popular from the 2000s).[2]Sophia was the most popularly given girls' name in the United States during 2011–2013. The form Sofia was rarely given in the United States before the 1970s; it also steeply rose in popularity in the 1990s to 2000s and peaked at rank 12 in 2012.[3]

When combined all spelling variants (Sophia, Sofia, Sophie, etc.) together, Sophia was the most popular name for 8 years in a row during 2000-2017 in the United States.[4]

Sophie was the fifth most popular name for girls in Australia in 2013.[5] The name had a similar rise in popularity in other countries, reaching rank 1 in the 2010s in Italy, Chile, Denmark, Finland,[3] Russia[6] and Estonia.[7] and was in the top ten most popular girls' names in the Czech Republic,[8] in Poland (as Zofia),[9]Spain, Switzerland[3]Romania[10] and Bulgaria.[11]

Name variants[edit]

Greek Σοφία was adopted without significant phonological changes into numerous languages, as Sophia (German, and thence English)and Sofia (Romance languages, and thence also to Germanic languages and Finnish, etc.).The spelling Soffia is Icelandic and Welsh. Hungarian has Zsófia.Modern Spanish uses the acute diacritic, Sofía.South and East Slavic and Baltic languages have Sofija (Софија), Sofiya (София) and Sofya (Софья).West Slavic (Polish and Czech-Slovak) introduced a voiced sibilant, Zofia, Žofia, Žofie.

French has the (disyllabic) hypocoristic Sophie, which was also introduced in German, Dutch/Flemish, Englishand Scandinavian in the spelling Sofie.A Dutch hypocoristic is Sofieke.Russian has the hypocoristic Соня (Sonya), which in the late 19th century was introduced to Western languages, in the spellings Sonya, Sonia and Sonja, via characters with this name in the novels Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1866, English translation 1885) and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy (1869, English translation 1886).

Turkish Safiye is from the unrelated Arabic Safiyya (صفية 'pure').

Persian Sofia (Persian: صوفیا) is from unrelated Sufi, a sect of Islam.



  • Saint Sophia of Milan, feast day 17 September
  • Saint Sophia of Rome, martyr, feast day 15 May
  • Saint Sophia of Sortino (Sicily), martyr, feast day 23 September[12]
  • Saint Sophia of Fermo (March of Ancona), feast day 30 April[12]
  • Saints Sophia and Irene of Egypt (3rd century), feast day 4 June[12]
  • Saint Sophia of Thrace (9th century), feast day 4 June[12]
  • Saint Sofia of Suzdal (d. 1542), see Solomonia Yuryevna Saburova
  • Saint Sophia of Slutsk (d. 1612), see Sophia Olelkovich Radziwill

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  • Sofia of Bavaria Wittelsbach (1376–1425), Queen of Bohemia
  • Sophia Palaiologina (1455–1503), Grand Duchess of Moscow
  • Safiye Sultan (1550–1619), wife of Murad III, mother of Mehmed III; originally named Sofia
  • Sophia of Hanover (1630–1714), heir to the English throne
  • Sophia Dorothea of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1636–1689), German noblewoman
  • Sophia Alekseyevna (1657–1704), Russian regent
  • Sophia Dorothea of Celle (1666–1726), Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg, wife of George I of Great Britain
  • Sophia Dorothea of Hanover (1687–1757), Queen consort of Prussia, daughter of George I of Great Britain
  • Sophia Magdalen of Brandenburg-Kulmbach (1700–1770), Queen consort of Denmark-Norway
  • Princess Sophia Dorothea of Prussia (1719–1765), daughter of Frederick William I of Prussia and Sophia Dorothea of Hanover
  • Margravine Sophia Dorothea of Brandenburg-Schwedt (1736–1798), Duchess of Württemberg
  • Sophia Frederica of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1758–1794), Princess and Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
  • Princess Augusta Sophia of the United Kingdom (1768–1840), Duchess of Brunswick and Lüneburg
  • Princess Sophia of the United Kingdom (1777–1848), British princess
  • Princess Sophia of Gloucester (1773–1844), British princess
  • Sophia Sidney, Baroness De L'Isle and Dudley (1796–1837), daughter of William IV
  • Sophia of Nassau (1836–1913), Queen consort of Sweden and Norway
  • Sophia of Prussia (1870–1932), Queen consort of Greece
  • Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark (1914-2001), later Princess of Hesse, Princes of Hannover
  • Queen Sofía of Spain (born 1938), Queen consort of Spain
  • Princess Sofia, Duchess of Värmland (born 1984), wife of Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland
  • Infanta Sofía of Spain (born 2007), Spanish princess
  • Sophie, Countess of Wessex (born January 1965), wife of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

Arts and entertainment industry[edit]

  • Sofia (Swedish singer) (nee Sofia Berntson), Swedish singer
  • Sophia Abrahão (born 1991), Brazilian actress
  • Sophia Aliberti (born 1963), Greek actress and TV presenter
  • Sofia Andres, a Filipina actress and commercial model
  • Sofiko Chiaureli (1937–2008), Georgian actress
  • Sofia Coppola (born 1971), American actress and director
  • Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (1919–2004), Portuguese poet
  • Sophia Baddeley (1745–1786), English actress
  • Sophia Bush (born 1982), American actress
  • Sofia Djama, Algerian film director
  • Sophia Dussek (1775–1831), Scottish composer
  • Sofia Essaïdi (born 1984), Franco-Moroccan singer
  • Sofia Gubaidulina (born 1931), Russian-Tatar composer
  • Sophia Peabody Hawthorne (1809–1871), American painter
  • Sophia Jex-Blake (1840–1912), English physician
  • Sofia Karlsson (born 1975), Swedish musician
  • Sophia Karp (1861–1904), Romanian actress
  • Sophia Kokosalaki (born 1972), Greek fashion designer
  • Zofia Kossak-Szczucka (1889–1968), Polish writer
  • Sophia Laskaridou, Greek artist
  • Sophia Lee (1750–1824), English novelist
  • Sophia Loren (born 1934), Italian actress
  • Sophia McDougall (born 1979), British author
  • Sophia Michahelles (born 1976), American puppeteer
  • Sofia Milos (born 1969), Swiss actress
  • Sophia Myles (born 1980), English actress
  • Zofia Nałkowska, Polish writer, author of Medallions
  • Sophia Yakovlevna Parnok (1885–1933), Russian poet
  • Sophia Romero, American writer
  • Sofia Rotaru (born 1947), Ukrainian singer
  • Sofia Samatar (born 1971), Somali-American writer
  • Sofia Shinas (born 1968), Canadian artist
  • Sophie Turner (born 1996), English Actress
  • Sofia Vembo, Greek singer
  • Sofia Vassilieva (born 1992), American actress
  • Sofía Vergara (born 1972), Colombian model and actress
  • Sophia Vossou (born 1961), Greek singer
  • Sofia Wylie (born 2004), American actress
  • Sophia Yan (born 1986), American classical pianist


  • Sofia Akhmeteli (born 1981), Georgian alpine skier
  • Sofia Arvidsson (born 1984), Swedish tennis player
  • Sofia Asoumanaki, Greek rower
  • Sofia Bekatorou (born 1977), Greek sailor and Olympic gold medalist
  • Sophia Flörsch (born 2000), German racing driver
  • Sofia Iosifidou, Greek water polo player
  • Sofia Kenin, American professional tennis player
  • Sophia Koggouli, Greek footballer
  • Sofia Konukh (born 1980), Russian water polo player
  • Sofía Mulanovich (born 1983), Peruvian surfer
  • Sofia Muratova (born 1929–2006), Russian gymnast
  • Sofia Papadopoulou (born 1983), Greek sailor
  • Sofia Polgar, Hungarian-born Israeli and Canadian chess grandmaster
  • Sofia Riga, Greek runner
  • Sofia Sakorafa (born 1957), Greek javelin thrower and politician
  • Sofia Tikhonova (born 1998), Russian ski jumper
  • Sofia Yfantidou, Greek track and field athlete
  • Sofiya Bozhanova (born 1967), Bulgarian long and triple jump
  • Sofiya Burkhanova (born 1989), Uzbekistani shot putter


  • Sofia Kovalevskaya (1850–1891), Russian mathematician
  • Sophia Aggelonitis, Canadian politician
  • Sophia Hayden Bennett (1868–1953), American architect
  • Sophia Brahe (1556–1643), Danish astronomer
  • Sophia Collier (born 1956), American entrepreneur
  • Sophia Drossopoulou, Greek computer scientist
  • Sophia Eckerson (1880-1954), American botanist and microchemist
  • Sophia Forero (born 1967), American jewelry designer
  • Sophia Getzowa (1872-1946), Belarusian-Israeli pathologist and scientist
  • Sophia Leung (born 1933), Canadian politician
  • Sophia Lvovna Perovskaya (1853–1881), Russian revolutionary
  • Sofia Richie (born 1998), American fashion model, daughter of Lionel Richie
  • Sophia D. Stoddard, American educator
  • Sofia Tekela-Smith (born 1970), New Zealand artist
  • Sophia Wilson (1860–?), Japanese courtesan and wife of Captain John Wilson

Fictional characters[edit]

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  • Sophie Amundsen, main character from the novel Sophie's World
  • Sofia Constantinas, from the comic Wonder Woman
  • Sofia Curtis, from the TV series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • Sofia Johnson, from film The Color Purple
  • Sofia Dupre, a character on the American soap opera The Young and the Restless
  • Sofia Lamb, from the video game BioShock 2
  • Sofia Petrovna, a character from the novel of the same name
  • Sofia Sartor from the video game Assassin's Creed: Revelations
  • Sofia Serrano from the film Vanilla Sky
  • Sofia Robbin Sloan Torres, daughter of Callie Torres, Mark Sloan, and Arizona Robbins from Grey's Anatomy
  • Sophia, playable character from Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi
  • Sophia Aubrey, from the Aubrey-Maturin series of novels by Patrick O'Brian
  • Sophia Esteed, from the video game Star Ocean: Till the End of Time
  • Sophia Forrester, from the animated TV series Last Exile
  • Sophia Hapgood, from the video game Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
  • Sophia Lopez, from the TV series Nip/Tuck
  • Sophia Peletier, from the TV series and comic books The Walking Dead
  • Sophia Petrillo, from the TV series The Golden Girls
  • Sophia Marlowe, from the TV series Girl Boss
  • Sophia Tutu, a character from the animated TV series The Raccoons
  • Sophia Western, main heroine of the novel The History of Tom Jones
  • Sophie, from the video game Tales of Graces
  • Sophie Neveu Saint-Clair, character in Dan Brown's book The Da Vinci Code
  • Sophie Zawistowska, the title character of the novel and movie Sophie's Choice
  • Sophia, a fictional character from the video game Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box
  • Sofia Porter, technician of the MD-5 group and Lucinia's sister in the Meta Runner internet series.
  • Sophie Norton, from the Nickelodeon series Genie in the House
  • Sophie Hatter, from the book and movie Howl's Moving Castle
  • Princess Sofia, main character from the animated TV show Sofia the First

See also[edit]


  1. ^V. Saxer, 'Sophia v. Rom' in: Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche vol. 9 (1993), 733f., citing H.-L. Marrou,Dame Sagesse et ses trois filles: Mél. Ch. Mohrmann (1963), 177–183.
  2. ^Olivia Petter, This is the most popular girl's name in the world, 25 October 2017.Miranda Larbi, Sofia is the most popular girl’s name in the world,, 26 October 2017.Catriona Harvey-Jenner, This is the most popular baby name for girls in the world, Cosmopolitan, 26 October 2017.
  3. ^ abcSophia, Sofia (
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  5. ^'Australia's 100 most popular baby names'. Kidspot. 2 April 2013. Archived from the original on 10 January 2014. Retrieved 10 January 2014.
  6. ^'Russian Girls Names: Popular Girls Names in Russia 2014 - Baby Name Wizard - Baby Name Wizard'. 1 January 2015.
  7. ^'Estonian Girls Names: Popular Girls Names in Estonia 2014 - Baby Name Wizard - Baby Name Wizard'. 1 January 2015.
  8. ^'Czech Girls Names: Popular Girls Names in the Czech Republic 2014 - Baby Name Wizard - Baby Name Wizard'. 1 January 2015.
  9. ^'Polish Girls Names: Popular Girls Names in Poland 2014 - Baby Name Wizard'. 1 January 2015.
  10. ^'TOP 10 cele mai populare nume la băieţi şi fete. Cum au ales românii, în 2014, numele copiilor'.
  11. ^'Bulgarian Girls Names: Popular Girls Names in Bulgaria 2014 - Baby Name Wizard - Baby Name Wizard'. 1 January 2015.
  12. ^ abcdPaul Guerin, Les petits Bollandistes vies des saints (1874), p. 552

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