Women In The Workforce
31 countries have signed the U.S.-led Call to Action on Women’s Economic Empowerment. Learn more about what this means for women around the world.
Since November 2, 2000, the International Space Station has hosted researchers from 108 countries performing advanced experiments on life in space.
Creating equal access for women in STEM industries closes the labor gap, boosts economic growth and more. Learn how the U.S. is making that happen.
The United States will invest in Kasha, a digital company that helps women in rural Africa access health supplies. Learn about similar programs.
A law signed in 1975 allowed women to enter the previously all-male military academies. In 1980, the first women graduated.
The U.S. military salutes Hispanic Americans who serve in all branches. Read about how Hispanic-Americans are serving their country.
Fadji Maina made history as NASA's first Nigerien scientist. Learn how her childhood inspired her to become a hydrologist and what she's working on.
The State Department's POWER initiative helps female small-business owners and entrepreneurs around the world. Learn more about the program.
NASA will name its headquarters in honor of Mary Jackson, the agency's first female African American engineer. Find out more about her legacy.