Women in Society Speakers

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Erin Gruwell
(2 ratings)

Founder & Executive Director of the Freedom Writers Foundation

Dominique Dawes

Olympic Gold Medal-Winning Gymnast, Former Co-Chair of President Obama's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

Ginger Zee
(1 rating)

Chief Meteorologist for ABC News, Author & Mental Health Advocate

Kimberly Bryant
(2 ratings)

Founder of Black Girls Code; Aspen Institute Fellow; Thought Leader in Tech Inclusion; STEM Education Advocate

Danielle Feinberg
(10 ratings)

Director of Photography at Pixar Animation Studios; STEM Advocate & Supporter of Girls Who Code

Jane Sherron De Hart
(1 rating)

Political Historian & Author of "Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Life"

Zerlina Maxwell
(1 rating)

Political Analyst, Sexual Assault Awareness Advocate, Author of "The End of White Politics"

Issa Rae

Actress, Writer, Director & Producer; Star and Creator of HBO's "Insecure" and "Awkward Black Girl"

Monica Pearson
(1 rating)

First Female & African-American News Anchor in Atlanta

Joan E. Higginbotham

Electrical Engineer & Former NASA Astronaut; Third African-American Woman To Go Into Space

Tamika D. Mallory
(2 ratings)

Activist, Founder of Mallory Consulting & Former Co-Chair of the Women's March

Brittney Cooper

Feminist Scholar & Author of "Beyond Respectability: The Intellectual Thought of Race Women"

Laila Ali
(1 rating)

Undefeated Four-Time World Champion Boxer & Lifestyle Expert

Ana Navarro
(1 rating)

Political Commentator on CNN & Co-Host on ABC’s "The View"

Polly LaBarre
(2 ratings)

Founding Member of the Fast Company Magazine, Co-Founder of the Management Lab & Co-Author of "Mavericks at Work"

Peggy Whitson

NASA Astronaut; NASA's Most Experienced Female Astronaut; Biochemistry Researcher

Kimberle Crenshaw

Civil Rights Advocate & Leading Scholar in Critical Race Theory

Judy Smith
(2 ratings)

America's Premier Crisis Management Expert; Inspiration for ABC's "Scandal"