Educating girls increases developing countries' income growth and results in health and security payoffs for them and their families.
GE's joint venture with Tata Consultancy Services in Riyadh has brought many women into the Saudi workforce as the kingdom seeks to diversify its economy.
Education is a key path to women's empowerment. When girls and women are able to go to school and learn, their families and societies benefit.
During Women’s History Month, we celebrate five brilliant women who made their marks in science, technology, engineering and math.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai is now a U.N. Messenger of Peace, the highest honor bestowed by the U.N. chief on a global citizen.
The Danish company Lego announced that its newest set of building blocks will celebrate five women of NASA who took humanity to new heights.
Tennis players Venus and Serena Williams have made their mark off the tennis courts too, inspiring young women to push for greatness.
Across the country, Arab-American women are building businesses and careers while supporting their communities and encouraging others to develop and grow.
Hira Batool Rizvi co-founded She`Kab, Pakistan’s first shared taxi service for women, which provides safe, affordable and reliable transportation to work.