Shonda Rhimes Guest-Edits Good Housekeeping's List of 25 Awesome Women

“GMA” news anchor Amy Robach is among the honorees.

— -- Next month, Good Housekeeping magazine will publish its annual list of 25 Awesome Women.

"A lot of women inspire me," Rhimes told Good Housekeeping. "I think most of the people I meet everyday are interesting. I have this theory that everyone has a story."

"The only difference between a woman and an awesome woman is how you define yourself," she added.

Jane Francisco, the editor in chief of Good Housekeeping, appeared live on “Good Morning America" today to discuss how the list was created.

Francisco said a team of people –- including Rhimes –- had the task of selecting a diverse group of women who were mentoring others, fighting for equal rights, working in their communities and tackling tough issues such as gender bias, body image and equal access to education.

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