Mathematician, computer programmer, and US Navy rear admiral. A pioneer in developing computer technology and the first computer language compiler co-creator.
American-born French entertainer, French Resistance agent, and civil rights activist.
A female soldier who served in the Union Army under the man's disguise.
Surgeon, abolitionist, and women’s rights advocate. The first and only woman to receive the Medal of Honor.
An actress and a Union Army spy during the Civil War.
The most successful American female spy of World War II and one of the first agents of the CIA.
A Philanthropist and the patroness of San Francisco’s volunteer firefighters, the benefactor of the Coit Tower in San Francisco.
The first female detective in the US, a lead detective in the Pinkerton Detective Agency and an American law enforcement officer.
A woman warrior of the American Revolutionary War, fought for the Patriot forces while disguised as a man.
A Christian martyr who was a female teenage warrior in the Hundred Years' War between France and England.