I refuse to follow fads and fashions and days or weeks devoted to something or someone. So, I am drawing your attention to Tilly Edinger because she was an inspiring person, not particularly because she was a woman.
It was not a good idea to be Jewish in 1930s Germany. She survived and escaped, although all her family died, because by then she was world famous, and her colleagues helped as much as they could.
You just have to read her story, written by Leila McNeill in the Smithsonian Magazine