Author, journalist, and conservationist who became known as the Mother of the Everglades.
An educator, journalist, women’s rights activist, and champion for Mexican Americans' and immigrants' civil rights.
A journalist, publisher, businesswoman, and philanthropist who was the main benefactor to many major institutions in San Diego.
A trailblazer journalist, producer, writer, creator, and news broadcaster; known as The Queen of Celebrity Interviews.
An editorial cartoonist, the first and only woman editorial cartoonist in the US until the 1950s'.
An architecture critic and a writer. Received the first-ever Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.
The first African-American woman billionaire in the US. A businesswoman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Co-founder of BET TV network, a managing partner, and governor of the WNBA's Washington Mystics.
An Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete, television presenter, socialite, and transgender rights activist.
Journalist, author, urban writer, and social activist. Influenced urban studies and inspired the New Urbanist movement.
A director, writer, producer, and film distributor. The first African American woman to win Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival.