Women's History Month

She Did That! Queen Latifah

For over 30 years, this Grammy winning rapper turned actress has dominated the music charts, blockbuster films, and popular TV series.
08/02/2021

She Did That! Tiffany Hainesworth

She is officially the first Black woman to solely own a tequila brand, T-Capri Tequila.
03/31/2021

She Did That! Ibtihaj Muhammad

At the 2016 Rio games, the bronze medal fencer became the first American woman to compete in the Olympics wearing a hijab.
03/29/2021

She Did That! Naomi Osaka

The four-time grand slam champ is dominating the sport of tennis especially after winning the 2021 Australian Open.
03/24/2021

She Did That! Amber Ruffin

She's the first Black woman to write for a late-night network talk show in the U.S.
03/22/2021

She Did That! Andrea Jenkins

The longtime advocate for the transgender community made history in 2017, becoming the first African American openly trans woman elected to political office.
03/19/2021

She Did That! Ruth Carter

Carter made history as the first African American to win an Oscar for costume design for her work on "Black Panther."
03/17/2021

She Did That! Amy Sherald

Her painting of former First Lady Michelle Obama thrust her into the national spotlight.
03/15/2021

She Did That! Mellody Hobson

The chair of the Starbucks board of directors helped launch Project Black to invest in sustainable minority-owned businesses.
03/12/2021

She Did That! Bozoma Saint John

The Global Chief Marketing officer at Netflix is a vocal advocate for corporate diversity and asking for what you want.
03/11/2021

She Did That: Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett

On International Women's Day, we celebrate the woman who became the first non-voting delegate to serve as a House impeachment manager at the Senate trial of former President Donald Trump.
03/09/2021