The State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs has helped Tage Rita, of India, and many other businesswomen worldwide succeed.
The Biden-Harris administration is the most diverse ever. Learn more about the record number of women running American diplomacy.
Learn more about the Global Partnership for Action on Gender-Based Online Harassment and Abuse, created after the 2021 Summit for Democracy.
Zambian women are expanding businesses with support from U.S. programs, providing energy, food and education to their communities.
Learn more about the Biden-Harris administration's efforts to ensure racial minorities and underserved communities are protected worldwide.
U.S. State Department training helped Umunyana Marie Chantal expand her business bringing accurate health information to Rwandan mothers.
Ketanji Brown Jackson is an experienced jurist who has sought to make criminal sentences just. Learn about the next Supreme Court justice.
Madeleine Albright, who became the first female secretary of state in 1997, died March 23 from cancer. Learn about her life here.
Ayesha A. Malik, a Harvard Law graduate, became the first woman on the Supreme Court of Pakistan, marking a milestone for the country.