The first woman to serve in the US House and the US Senate representing Maine in both, and the first woman candidate for the presidency at a major party’s convention.
Iraqi-British architect, known for her unique deconstructivist designs. The first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize.
A mathematician, recognized as the first computer programmer.
A spiritual leader and author, famous for establishing the Christian Science Movement.
A journalist and activist, famous for her journey around the world on a bicycle.
A Kenyan social, environmental, and human rights activist, and the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
A UK suffrage movement leader, writer, and activist.
An award-winning actress, producer, activist, and philanthropist. She is the 18th person to achieve an EGOT status, and the most-nominated black actress in the Academy Awards history.
Canadian-Indian poet, writer, and performer.
An iconic movie star of the 1950s.