AWE alumna boosts women’s employment in Egypt
The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs helped a businesswoman in Egypt launch TamaKani. Her company is helping other women find jobs.
Women’s colleges work for these scholars
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.
Coaching others through the fight against cancer
The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs helped a breast cancer survivor in Spain launch a business supporting other cancer patients.
Women boost sustainable farming in U.S.
U.S. women farmers are growing more organic crops and selling their locally produced products to consumers in their communities.
How the U.S. promotes gender equality around the world
The U.S. is working with international partners to address obstacles to achieving gender equity and equality around the world.
Trailblazer Nicole Aunapu Mann to lead team to space station
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.
Mary McLeod Bethune’s extraordinary life
Learn more about the life of teacher, college president and activist Mary McLeod Bethune and her recent honorary statue in the U.S. Capitol.
Helping farmers in Asia, Africa overcome floods and drought
A company in India that teaches farmers to preserve stormwater for irrigation is partnering with the U.S. to share its invention worldwide.
Meet the first Hispanic woman to serve as a U.S. college...
Learn about Juliet Garcia's life, from her time as a university professor to her receipt of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.