A trailblazer journalist, producer, writer, creator, and news broadcaster; known as The Queen of Celebrity Interviews.
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.
Actress, comedian, model, producer, and entertainment studio executive. The first woman to head a TV production company. Best known for creating and starring in the iconic TV show 'I Love Lucy.'
Singer, actress, record producer, and songwriter. The founding member and lead singer of Supreme – America’s most successful vocal group.
A playwright, director, producer, and actress. The first woman in NYC to have a license to drive a motorcycle, the first woman in NYC to have a taxi driver’s license, and the first African-American actress to appear on National Television.
Film director, screenwriter, and producer. The director of the live-action adaptation of Mulan.
A civil rights activist and broadcasting executive. The first African-American to host a TV show in the South.
Country music singer-songwriter, producer, actress, businesswoman, philanthropist, and author. The most honored female country performer of all time.
An award-winning screenwriter and television producer. Best known for creating the hit shows “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” and “How To Get Away With Murder.”
Actress and producer, known for playing the role of Wonder Woman.