Saweetie, Amanda LaCount, Chlöe Bailey & Lori Harvey Are Empowering the Next Generation of Women
This Women’s History Month, we’re honoring the female stars who are empowering the next generation.
Women for the Win: Meet NASA’s First Female Director at JPL, Dr. Laurie Leshin
In honor of Women’s History Month, we shine a light on fierce women making a difference in the world around us. Meet NASA’s first female director at JPL, Dr. Laurie Leshin.
Taking Charge and Carving Their Own Paths: Amara La Negra, Meagan Good & Mona Scott Young
This Women’s History Month, we’re honoring those who are carving out their own paths and doing things their way.
Booked, Busy: Vivica A. Fox, Taraji P. Henson, Anne Heche & Julissa Bermudez
Vivica A. Fox taught us we can “have it all.” Julissa Bermudez opened about battling imposter syndrome while being a new entrepreneur. Anne Heche revealed what it was like being “patient zero” before cancel culture, and Taraji P. Henson explained how to know your worth. This Women’s History Month, we’re honoring those who are booked and busy while living life on their own terms.
Standing Up and Making a Difference: Justice Yvette McGee Brown, Dr. Bernice A. King & Star Jones
This Women’s History Month, we honor some of the women making social and political changes.
First Punjabi Indian-American Woman Makes History! Meet Miss World America 2021 Shree Saini!
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting women for their contributions to history, culture, and society! Meet Miss World America 2021, Shree Saini!
Ladies, Stand Up! Janet Jackson, Ester Dean & Sheila E. on the Impact of Women in Music
Remember when Janet Jackson shared with us the importance of female artists showing their true selves? Or when Ester Dean expressed the importance of “raw talent” over being “cute and sexy”? How about when legendary drummer Sheila E. said she gets inspired by new female artists? This Women’s History Month we look back to honor the legendary artists who have paved the way for many today.
Women For The Win: Amanda Due-ong
It’s March so that means it’s Women’s History Month! We’re making strides in politics, education and in the workforce! So today, we’re highlighting those everyday women who are showing up and knocking down barriers in traditionally male- dominated careers! This is.. Women For the Win!