In anticipation of the upcoming U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, learn about six notable Americans who have African ancestry.
Since 1946, U.S. educational and cultural exchange programs have had a wide-ranging impact, broadening the horizons of 1.7 million alumni worldwide.
After graduating from the State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs, Adelaide Mwasyoghe launched a business selling avocado oil.
Meet some alumnae of a State Department exchange program that brings together emerging women leaders in science and technology.
What's it like going to a women's college in the United States? Three women with roots in the Middle East share their experiences.
The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs helped a breast cancer survivor in Spain launch a business supporting other cancer patients.
Learn about the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency and its role in responding in times of emergencies and natural disasters.
The U.S. is working with international partners to address obstacles to achieving gender equity and equality around the world.
She grew up among members of the Round Valley Indian Tribes. Her love of math and science may place her among the first women on the moon.