Maybe We All Need to Learn to be Our Own Pro-Active Gatekeepers (Insight from Scott Berg, Wilson, and the role of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson)

Maybe We All Need to Learn to be Our Own Pro-Active Gatekeepers (Insight from Scott Berg, Wilson, and the role of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson)

Edith Bolling Galt Wilson (October 1872 — December second wife of U. President Woodrow Wilson, was First Lady of the United States from 1915 to She met the President in March 1915 and they married nine months later.

Sheena Wright becomes the first woman, and first African-American woman, to be president of the United Way of New York City.

Sheena Wright Becomes First African-American Female President & CEO of United Way of NYC

Sheena Wright becomes the first woman, and first African-American woman, to be president of the United Way of New York City.

Black women have always been underrated in the field of politics. Many people think that they are not good at handling issues of a country just because they lack the knowledge and may lose theirBlack women have always been underrated in the field of politics. Many people think that they are not good at handling issues of a country just because they lack the knowledge and may lose their strength very soon. But that’s not always true, as there are many Black women who have crossed all such…

Black women have always been underrated in the field of politics. Many people think that they are not good at handling issues of a country just because they lack the knowledge and may lose theirBlack women have always been underrated in the field of politics. Many people think that they are not good at handling issues of a country just because they lack the knowledge and may lose their strength very soon. But that’s not always true, as there are many Black women who have crossed all such…

"If your dreams do not scare you, then they are not big enough."  ~ Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of Liberia and 2011 joint-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

"If your dreams do not scare you, then they are not big enough." ~ Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of Liberia and 2011 joint-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

Mary Robinson, the First Female President of Ireland and human rights activist <3! I love her focus on the importance of lifting up women in the international development arena.

Mary Robinson, the First Female President of Ireland and human rights activist <3! I love her focus on the importance of lifting up women in the international development arena.

Joyce Banda became Malawi's first female president in April 2012 and is on Forbes' list of the world's 100 most powerful women. See who else made the list. (via Forbes)

Joyce Banda

Joyce Banda became Malawi's first female president in April 2012 and is on Forbes' list of the world's 100 most powerful women. See who else made the list. (via Forbes)

Alice Hines, "Donna Karan and the First Female President," New York Magazine (25 October 2015). How should a powerful woman dress?

Donna Karan and the First Female President

Alice Hines, "Donna Karan and the First Female President," New York Magazine (25 October 2015). How should a powerful woman dress?

“In Women We Trust,” which came out in 1992, starred model Rosemary McGrotha as a fictional female president, boarding planes, giving speeches, and hanging out with her infant in a wardrobe of tailored blazers and windswept hair. President McGrotha is sexy enough to wear her blouse unbuttoned, hinting at a glimpse of her bra — and powerful enough that her all-male bodyguard posse pretends not to notice.

Donna Karan and the First Female President

“In Women We Trust,” which came out in 1992, starred model Rosemary McGrotha as a fictional female president, boarding planes, giving speeches, and hanging out with her infant in a wardrobe of tailored blazers and windswept hair. President McGrotha is sexy enough to wear her blouse unbuttoned, hinting at a glimpse of her bra — and powerful enough that her all-male bodyguard posse pretends not to notice.

Television Loves Female Presidents, as Long as They're Republican

Television Loves Female Presidents, as Long as They're Republican

Television Loves Female Presidents, as Long as They're Republican - The Atlantic

9 Incredible Women Who Spent Their Lives Fighting To Change America - BuzzFeed News

9 Incredible Women Who Spent Their Lives Fighting To Change America

9 Incredible Women Who Spent Their Lives Fighting To Change America - BuzzFeed News

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