We asked Madeleine Albright what it was really like to be the first female Secretary of State.
- Evolution Of Women's Tennis Outfits
Serena Williams' catsuit is just the latest incident in a long history of controversy surrounding what women can wear in tennis.
- What It's Like Being One Of "The Firsts" In Congress
Being one of the first Native American women in Congress isn't just historic, it's personal.
Meet the Women
- Lucille Ball
Ball's lead role helped set the stage for other female comedians.
- Candis Cayne
Cayne's the first trans woman to land a major prime-time TV role.
- Gwendolyn Brooks
Brooks is a poet, author, teacher, and Pulitzer Prize winner.
- Time’s Up
The celeb-founded movement is a driving force for women in leadership.
- Hedy Lamarr
Lamarr, an actress-inventor, set the stage for some modern tech.
- Christine Lagarde
Lagarde is the managing director of the International Monetary Fund.
- Indra Nooyi
Nooyi is the former CEO of PepsiCo.
- Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin
Payne-Gaposchkin was an astronomer with an out-of-this-world discovery.
- Mary Dixon Kies, Judy Reed & Sara E. Goode
These female inventors made history by getting US patents.
- Serena Williams
Williams is queen on and off the court.
- Bernice Sandler
Sandler's considered the ”godmother of Title IX."
- Caster Semenya
Semenya is a two-time Olympic track and field champion from South Africa.
- The London 2012 Olympics
2012 was the first time every country that had sent a delegation had at least one female athlete competing.
- Jen Welter, Kathryn Smith, and Sarah Thomas
These women are on the literal sidelines, but on the frontlines of progress in the NFL.
- Ida B Wells
Wells was born a slave and helped found the NAACP.
- Katharine Graham
Graham is the former Washington Post publisher and the first female CEO of a Fortune 500 company.
- Col. Ruby Bradley
Bradley is one of the most highly decorated women in US military history.
- Erin Loos Cutraro
Loos is the CEO and Founder of She Should Run.
- The Firsts: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Jeannette Rankin, and Sandra Day O’Connor
These women worked toward women’s representation and inclusion in the three branches of US government.
A podcast where powerful women sit down and chat about everything from celebrating career wins to the worst advice they've ever received. No BS, no sugarcoating.
- Eight Everyday Things You Can Thank Female Inventors For
Coffee, ghosting your ex and game night wouldn't be the same without these women.
- How Women Got The Right To Vote, Skimm'd
In under 10 minutes, we take you through how women got the right to vote. Listen now—exclusively in theSkimm App.